The Minnesota Orchestra received standing ovations Friday at its first concert since the end of the lockout.
The concert was the orchestra's first in Orchestra Hall since its $52 million refurbishment and expansion.
Although musicians, administrators and classical music fans are excited that the orchestra is playing again, the effects of the dispute are likely to be felt for a long time.
Here is a look at the audience and musicians.
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