Links and Resources

News and Commentary:

  • ATL Symphony Musicians – The website for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Players Union contains information regarding negotiations and upcoming events.  You can also find links to their Facebook page and Twitter feed.
  • Save Our Symphony Atlanta – The Facebook page of the primary audience advocacy organization.  Like and follow for up to date information on events and commentary on the ASO lockout.
  • Adaptistration  – Drew McManus, an arts consultant who provides commentary on the business side of orchestras.
  • ASOC Singers and Friends – Present and past members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus and friends of the chorus supporting the Atlanta Symphony Musicians.
  • trudgemusic: the view from stage left – Michael Kurth, bassist with the ASO  (when not locked out), composer, and concert organizer and promoter for the ATL Symphony Musicians.
  • Bargaining Notes Blog – Kevin Case, a lawyer who specializes in working with arts organizations.
  • Mask of the Flower Prince – Scott Chamberlain, classical singer and archaeologist who has been commenting on orchestra business since the Minnesota Lockout and who has taken an interest in the ASO lockout.
  • Song of the Lark – Emily Hogstad, Wisconsin musician who provided analysis and commentary for the Minnesota Orchestra lockout and is following the ASO lockout.
  • Atlanta Journal Constitution Arts and Culture Blog
  • Slipped Disc – An online arts magazine that focuses on classical music culture.
  • Compilation of Online News, Analyses, Comment – Andrew H. Gee’s compilation of articles and blog posts about the ASO lockout.

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