NEW YORK (AP) - New York City’s Metropolitan Opera and the union representing its orchestra have reached a contract agreement.
Last week, the opera house reached agreement with the union representing its singers, dancers and stage managers.
A new contract agreement between the Met and its stagehands union remains to be settled.
The Metropolitan Opera has been staging performances since 1883. It stages more than 200 opera performances in the city each season. More than 800,000 people attend.
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