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Frederick Zenone, 74, Cellist Who Mediated Labor Disputes With Orchestras

November 28, 2010

While he was a section player in the National Symphony in Washington, DC, he "began participating in labor contract negotiations involving other orchestras and opera companies throughout the country." Among the precedents he helped set were getting musicians the right to ratify their labor contracts and to share in recording royalties, and establishing the Code of Ethical Audition Practices. Washington Post 11/25/10

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