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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra CEO resigns amid labor woes
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra CEO resigns amid labor woes

The president and CEO of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has resigned his position as the orchestra continues to grapple with a labor dispute with its musicians. Stanley Romanstein joined the orchestra in 2010, having previously served as the head of the Minnesota Humanities Center. His resignation, which the orchestra's board of directors announced Monday, is effective immediately.  "I believe that my continued leadership of the ASO would be an impediment to our reaching a new labor agreement with the ASO's musicians," Romanstein said in a prepared statement. Orchestra leaders failed to reach a new contract with its musicians earlier this month, resulting in...

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