Indianapolis Orchestra Cancels Concerts For Fourth Week

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and its musicians are in contract negotiations that have prolonged for more than a month.

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has announced concerts will be canceled for another week. The symphony announced Friday that shows scheduled for October 5 and 6 have been canceled amid a labor dispute between the symphony and its musicians.

Rick Graef, the chairman of the ISO musicians negotiating committee, says he feels they are making progress on both sides but no deal has been reached.

The musicians have scheduled a public concert for October 7 at the Palladium in Carmel.

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