Arts reporter explains Minnesota Orchestra lockout impact
Fans of the Minnesota Orchestra will have to wait about two months to head to see a concert now that the managers and musicians have failed to agree on a contract. FOX 9 News spoke with Star Tribune reporter Graydon Royce, who covers theater and art, about the impact for art lovers.
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The Minnesota Orchestra performs for nearly 400,000 people worldwide each year, but nine concerts have been canceled through Thanksgiving as a result of the lockout.