The Boston Symphony Orchestra’s musicians and Board of Trustees are pleased to announce that they have ratified a new three-year labor agreement to take effect August 28.
The new contract restores traditional annual wage growth going forward and includes a “catch-up” increase for the musicians following a three-year pandemic pause in their wages under the existing contract approved in 2020. The agreement also offers artistic management greater flexibility in scheduling concerts in both Boston and the Berkshires to respond to changes in audience preferences and to advance the organization’s goals of achieving financial sustainability over the longer-term.
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