St. Cecilia, patron saint of music, especially church music, as well as that of musicians, composers, instrument makers and poets & the blind visually impaired. See a collection of St. Cecilia medals and pendants.
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Music World Braces for a Low-Wattage Grammy Night posted on January 16, 2008 10:00:00 pm As the Writers Guild maintained on Monday that it was unlikely to grant a request from Grammy producers for an interim agreement, talent managers and label executives worried over prospects of a gala drained of major stars.
Philharmonic and Musicians Reach Agreement posted on September 26, 2007 09:00:00 pm The New York Philharmonic and Local 802 of the American Federation of Musicians announced an agreement yesterday on a five-year labor contract.
Midori Music Teachers Go on Strike posted on January 20, 2006 10:00:00 pm Musicians who teach on behalf of the foundation, Midori & Friends, denounced what they said were a lack of raises, unfair pay and attempts to limit pensions.
Arts, Briefly; New Orchestra Pacts posted on June 15, 2005 09:00:00 pm Arts, Briefly column; American Federation of Musicians Local 802 signs new contracts, which ban use of Sinfonia synthesizer, with eleven New York City freelance orchestras
Arts, Briefly; Goldman Band Closes Down posted on May 26, 2005 09:00:00 pm Arts, Briefly column; Goldman Memorial Band, one of oldest and largest concert bands in US, closes down after members, represented by American Federation of Musicians, reject proposal to reduce its size
ARTS BRIEFING: HIGHLIGHTS; VIRTUAL-ORCHESTRA PROBLEMS posted on September 13, 2004 09:00:00 pm Arts Briefing column; New York State Employment Relations Board issues complaint against Opera Company of Brooklyn for voiding its contract with American Federation of Musicians' Local 802 after objecting to clause that prohibits company from using so-called virtual orchestra machine, which union says costs its members jobs; local president David Lennon hails ruling
ARTS BRIEFING: HIGHLIGHTS; THE VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA (CONTINUED) posted on April 20, 2004 09:00:00 pm Arts Briefing column; Opera Co of Brooklyn principal conductor Jay Meetze, citing opposition to efforts by American Federation of Musicians Local 802 to dictate which instruments he could use, withdraws from agreement that would have prevented opera from using so-called virtual orchestra machine; local reportedly files unfair labor practice charge with National Labor Relations Board
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