Pittsburgh Symphony cuts 10 jobs, including British general managermain
The strike has deepened the anticipated $1.5m deficit and cuts have to be made.
The CEO has told the local newspaper that the orchestra has not achieved a balanced budget in nine years. She has begun to tackle the overheads by cutting ten jobs, including Declan McGovern, vice president of orchestra operations and general manager, achieving an $800,000 saving.
McGovern is a former head of the Ulster Orchestra and RTE National Symphony Orchestra,