ISO within $1M of goal for new contract to take effect

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The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is now within $1 million of their crucial fundraising goal.

In order to move forward with a new 5-year contract with musicians, the group must reach a $5 million target by Sunday

Right now, they’re about $900,000 short.

Musicians have been working under a *temporary* agreement since their five week lockout ended in October.

Both sides could head back to the negotiating table if the ISO misses their goal.

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