As The Year Closes, A Concert Hall Remains Empty

Three hun­dred sixty-five. That’s the num­ber of days the Min­nesota Orches­tra will have gone with­out play­ing in its con­cert hall in 2013. The orches­tra became the unwit­ting poster child for labor strife in the clas­si­cal music world — and, to some extent, an emblem of the prob­lems fac­ing non-profit arts insti­tu­tions across the coun­try.  Learn more at npr.org

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