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This time last year, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra was about a month removed from a contentious musicians' strike that worsened its already strained finances. Now, the rebounding organization aims to raise the roof _ and hopefully $1 million _ with help from a hometown musician known more for rock, rap and country than classical.
On the six month anniversary of the walkout by Detroit Symphony Orchestra musicians, management and union bargainers said Monday that they have reached tentative agreement to end the long strike.
Despite all of Detroit's woes, the city has always been able to boast about one thing: its nationally recognized orchestra.