admin May 14, 2020 Biography Leave a comment. Wayne Louis Horvitz (October 8, 1920 – June 17, 2009) was an American labor negotiator, who served as director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, where he played a major role in resolving and preventing major strikes in business and industries nationwide. For the labor negotiator, see, Wayne Horvitz 'United 1' | Live At The Royal Room. Shrieve was the second youngest musician to perform at Woodstock in 1969, being aged 20. , Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, "Wayne L. Horvitz, 88, Labor Mediator, Dies", "Mediator Negotiated Top Labor Disputes During Carter Years", "Bell System Accords Avert Strike Today; BELL SYSTEM ACCORDS AVERT STRIKE TODAY", "NEGOTIATORS REACH A TENTATIVE ACCORD TO END COAL STRIKE; Miners' Bargaining Council Is to Meet Today--Prospects for Approval Are Uncertain In 'Memorandum Form' NEGOTIATORS REACH TENTATIVE COAL PACT Leeway for Benefits", "Truck Industry And Teamsters Agree on a Pact; 30% Rise Over 3 Years", "Final Tentative Accord Is Reached In Midwest Grain Handlers 'Strike; Nonstop Bargaining Session", "Met Cancels '80-81 Opera Season, Blaming Demands of the Orchestra; Resumption Not Precluded Met Cancels Season, Blaming Orchestra's Demands Reaction Is Intense", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wayne_L._Horvitz&oldid=991192932, Directors of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (United States), Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 November 2020, at 19:48. His newest string quartet composition, These Hills of Glory, was commissioned with support from 4Culture and the Mayors Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs. He has produced records for the World Saxophone Quartet, Human Feel, Marty Ehrlich, Fontella Bass, The Living Daylights, Bill Frisell and Eddie Palmieri. , As part of the Carter Administration's efforts to avert a strike, Horvitz helped the United Mine Workers replace several senior positions of officials who had been fired by union president Arnold Miller, an action described by The New York Times as a "highly unusual move" that was intended to ensure that negotiations could only proceed successfully if the union had the organization it needed. The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. , Wayne Horvitz, 4+1 Ensemble (+ Reggie Watts, Eyvind Kang, Julian Priester, Tucker Martine), Wayne Horvitz, Gravitas Quartet ( + Ron Miles, Peggy Lee, Sara Schoenbeck), Wayne Horvitz, Sweeter Than the Day ( + Timothy Young, Keith Lowe, Andy Roth), Pigpen (Wayne Horvitz, Briggan Krauss, Fred Chalenor…), The President (Wayne Horvitz, Bobby Previte, Dave Sewelson, Kevin Cosgrove, Joe Gallant / Stew Cutler, Doug Wieselman, Dave Hofstra), Zony Mash (Wayne Horvitz, Timothy Young, Fred Chalenor / Keith Lowe, Andy Roth, Briggan Krauss), Wayne Horvitz, Butch Morris, William Parker Trio, Wayne Horvitz, Butch Morris, Bobby Previte Trio, Wayne Horvitz / Ron Samworth/ Peggy Lee/ Dylan van der Schyff, New York Composers' Orchestra (Wayne Horvitz, Herb Robertson, Steven Bernstein, Marty Ehrlich, Ray Anderson, Robin Holcomb,…), Ponga (Wayne Horvitz, Dave Palmer, Bobby Previte, Skerik), Donald Rubinstein, Wayne Horvitz and Zony Mash, The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet (John Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Ray Drummond, Bobby Previte), John Zorn, Elliott Sharp, Bobby Previte, Wayne Horvitz, With Hal Wilner and James Grauerholz on William S. Burroughs. , His opened an office in Phoenix, Arizona as a labor-management arbitrator, and then was employed by the Matson Navigation Company in San Francisco as its vice president for industrial relations from 1960 to 1967. His 2003 composition, Whispers, Hymns and a Murmur for String Quartet and soloist, funded in part by a Seattle City Artist grant, premiered in March 2004. Wayne Horvitz & Pigpen.  Horvitz served in the United States Army during World War II in North Africa and Italy. , Horvitz died at age 88 on June 17, 2009, at his home in Washington, D.C. due to complications of cancer.