Oh, no! Now Atlanta faces lockout threat
August 25, 2014 by norman lebrecht
The players have been given two weeks to accept a package involving unspecified cuts. The board wants fewer players and cheaper health care.
If the players refuse, there is little doubt that a gung-ho management will lock them out, just as they did two years ago.
Since then, Atlanta has been gaining a reputation among good musicians as one to avoid.
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