Last Call for Support Minnesota Orchestra Musicians T-shirts, Buttons, Lawn Signs, Mugs and Caps!

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A huge thank you to the wonderful local music dealers that have sold our merchandise! After February 1, these items will no longer be available in stores, so please visit them soon for remaining items. We recommend that you call first to check on available stock. Thank you for wearing our T-shirts, buttons, caps, and displaying our green lawn signs. We are grateful for your support!


All Strings Attached
8224 Highway 55
Minneapolis, MN 55427

Groth Music Company
8056 Nicollet Ave. S
Bloomington, MN 55420

Cadenza Music
149 Snelling Ave. N
St. Paul, MN 55104

Claire Givens Violins
1004 Marquette Ave. S
Minneapolis, MN 55403

House of Note
7210 Minnetonka Blvd
St Louis Park, MN 55426

Music Connection
77 Eighth Ave. SW
Forest Lake, MN 55025

Quinn Violins
1081 21st Avenue Southeast
Minneapolis, MN 55414

Midwest Musical Imports
2021 E Hennepin Ave, Suite 374
Minneapolis, MN 55413


6 thoughts on “Last Call for Support Minnesota Orchestra Musicians T-shirts, Buttons, Lawn Signs, Mugs and Caps!

  1. I’d be glad to put a sticker on my SUV or don a t-shirt to support you all. As a musician, I support other (musicians) who are unfairly treated or otherwise “bullied,” regardless of the distance between us. I wish you all continued hope, and a positive outcome.

  2. After all this time, the intransigence of Minnesota Orchestra management can only mean one thing. They are intent on busting the union. Union busting pure and simple. Just like what they are trying to do to the sugar workers in the Red River Valley, who have been locked out for over 18 months. And guess what? The law firm managing American Crystal Sugar’s anti-worker campaign is the same law firm managing this one! I fear the loss of our fine orchestra as musicians find positions elsewhere, but I hope you continue to stand up to this union-busting. You have my full solidarity!

  3. I was deeply moved by Marcia Peck’s words. It seems so obvious but alas….wishing you the strength to continue to endure despite how difficult things are.

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