This week, we saw the end of a bitter three-month strike by Fort Worth Symphony musicians. The players and management agreed on a four-year contract. The deal freezes wages for two years and provides small raises the last two. An un-named donor gave the orchestra $700,000, clearing the symphony’s deficit. But there’s more to do. We hear from Fort Worth Symphony President and CEO Amy Adkins, then Musician’s union President Stewart Williams about what’s next.