Breaking deal: Rome Opera ‘unfires’ its orchestramain
During the night, agreement was reached between the unions, the sovrintendente Carlo Fuortes and the mayor of Rome, Ignazio Marino.
The Teatro dell’Opera di Roma has withdrawn the letters that fired its orchestra and chorus. The unions have agreed of a pay cut of 120-200 Euros a month. The musicians will vote on the deal next week.
First report (in Italian) here.