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Re: “Annotating the Music

Okay, valid points, but this "us" vs. "them" (or as the symphony FAQ page puts it "the union") mentality is extremely unhelpful. Way back in the day, the spokane symphony society was a volunteer-run organization dedicated to providing high quality music for the spokane area. That is and should always be its primary purpose. The administration should be working with the musicians to accomplish this purpose, not against them, as if they are members of opposing teams. To put it simply, the musicians are the symphony. Any policies that are harmful to the musicians are harmful to the symphony. I´ve watched the symphony grow tremendously while growing up here, and when I was interning with the symphony office the talk was all about how to make it more professional and of higher quality. I understand (believe me I really do) that times are tough and that concessions need to be made to account for that, but necessity is the mother of invention. There must be creative ways around this problem. I´m sure that neither "side" wants to see spokane lose this community asset. There must be a realization of common ground that what is best for the musicians is best for the symphony which is best for audiences and the community at large.

Posted by holson09 on 11/20/2012 at 1:36 PM

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