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San Francisco Symphony reaches tentative settlement

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Ending a 17-day walkout, musicians of the San Francisco Symphony reached a tentative agreement Sunday on a 26-month contract. Concerts will resume Tuesday.

No contract details were released pending a ratification vote later this week by the full orchestra and then approval by the symphony's board of governors. The musicians went on strike March 14 over salary and benefit issues. The strike caused the cancellation of an East Coast tour under music director Michael Tilson Thomas.

For scheduling details, go to sfsymphony.org.

ABOVE: Interior of Davies Symphony Hall, home of the San Francisco Symphony.

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