Infographic: How long have orchestra labor disputes lasted?

by Jay Gabler, Minnesota Public Radio
January 15, 2014

ST. PAUL, Minn. — It's been widely noted that the Minnesota Orchestra's 15-month lockout was the longest labor dispute in American orchestral history — but by how wide a margin? We've created an infographic comparing the lengths of some of America's most contentious orchestral labor disputes.

Click the graphic below for a high-resolution image, or click here to download a PDF.


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