Colorado Springs Philharmonic, musicians union remain split in labor dispute

Leader, musicians ready for arbitration hearing over COVID-19 cancellations
Updated: May. 28, 2021 at 9:35 AM MDT
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - The Colorado Springs Philharmonic says it is working to resolve the arbitration dispute with its musicians union, but the two sides are still split with a looming arbitration hearing happening Friday, May 28. The use of Philharmonic music for the upcoming July 4th city celebration is also up in the air as a result of the ongoing dispute.

11 News spoke in-depth with both sides - Colorado Springs Philharmonic President / CEO Nathan Newbrough and Chair of the Players Committee Jeremy Van Hoy - about the current status of talks and what’s next.

Jon Wiener sits down with Colorado Springs Philharmonic President / CEO Nathan Newbrough to discuss the ongoing labor dispute with its musicians.
Jon Wiener discusses the arbitration case against the Colorado Springs Philharmonic with Players Committee chairman Jeremy Van Hoy.

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