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Tue November 9, 2010
DSO cancels more concerts
Informal discussions took place Friday between members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and management following the month-long walkout. Musicians report no progress toward ending the strike that began Oct. 4.
The orchestra says concerts will be rescheduled.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Strike
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