The musicians of the Cleveland Orchestra and their management settled a strike on Tuesday that lasted little longer than a quick scherzo but made clear the tensions raised by difficult economic times across the orchestra world.
The orchestra struck on Monday, and negotiators met at noon that day at a mediator’s office a few miles outside the city. They reached a tentative agreement shortly after dawn on Tuesday, and it was ratified later in the day.
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