According to The New York Times, the orchestra players are expected to vote on the pact on Wednesday or Thursday. Details weren’t released.

Negotiations were continuing with the company’s other major union, the American Guild of Musical Artists. That union represents the chorus, principal singers, stage managers and assistant directors.

The bitter contract dispute has resulted in cancellation of rehearsals for a Feb. 12 opening production of Verdi’s “La Traviata” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

City Opera moved out of its longtime home at Lincoln Center last year, citing financial troubles. It cut back its usual schedule of 12 to 16 operas per season, with a peak of about 130 performances.