Negotiations continue but musicians with the Lexington Philharmonic will not strike. In a joint statement, management and musicians say they’ll continue their current contract while talks on a permanent settlement continue. The compromise allows the Friday (September 20) performance at the Singletary Center to go on as scheduled.Negotiators have spent the last 18 months trying to reach an agreement. Major sticking points are over job security and the freedom to perform with other organizations. Musicians last week approved a strike and declared they have “no confidence” in Lexington Philharmonic Music Director Scott Terrell.