The orchestra has now canceled four concerts over two weekends because of the labor crisis. Ticket holders may exchange their tickets for a future concert or receive a refund.
No additional concerts have yet been canceled, the orchestra said in a press release.
This weekend's concerts were to have been conducted by Nicholas McGegan; SLSO violinist Alison Harney was scheduled to perform Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5.
Despite the work stoppage, musicians will perform tonight in a special concert to benefit the victims of the tsunami that struck Asia last month.
The SLSO musicians' contract expired on January 2; the work stoppage began the next day, after musicians rejected the most recent offer from management. Musicians continue to refer to the stoppage as a lockout, while management says that it is a strike.
The major issue separating the two sides is pay: musicians, who accepted a pay cut three years ago, say they deserve a raise; management says that another pay cut is necessary to preserve the orchestra's fiscal health.
No talks are currently planned, a spokesman for the orchestra said.