SEATTLE, Wash. (Metro) -- Seattle may be about to get a musicians' strike. The musicians of the Seattle Symphony and the Opera Players' Organization have authorized it after receiving a contract offer that calls for a 15 percent pay cut next season. The musicians say they are unwilling to accept any more concessions. "The Seattle Times" says the symphony has a balanced budget, but considerable debt. The Opera lost $1 million last year. Copyright © 2012 Metro Networks Inc.