The Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra faces an uncertain future.
The organization failed to pay its musicians as promised, putting the future of the next concert in doubt.
The city's 74-year-old orchestra is facing $1 million in debts.
On Tuesday, musicians rejected an offer to slash their salaries to keep the symphony operating.
A spokesman for the musician's union says negotiations are to continue on Saturday.
A decision on whether musicians will attend rehearsals and play their Jan. 24 concert could come as early as Sunday.