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Five More Men Accuse James Levine of Sexual Misconduct
According to a new filing by the Metropolitan Opera, the former conductor has been accused of sexual misconduct spanning 20 years.
James Levine Sues the Met Opera Days After He Was Fired Over Abuse Allegations
The conductor and former music director is suing the Met for breach of contract and defamation.
10 Questions the Met Must Answer About James Levine
The Met Opera has fired its musical director amid allegations of sexual abuse. But they still have lots of explaining to do.
The Met May Not Survive the James Levine Disgrace
He was the charismatic center holding together a company that was already in financial trouble.
sexual harassment and assault
Met Opera Suspends Conductor James Levine As Sexual-Abuse Allegations Emerge
“This is a tragedy for anyone whose life has been affected,” the Met’s general manager Peter Gelb said in a statement.
Yannick Nézet-Séguin Will Be the Met Opera’s New Music Director
He’ll commute from Philadelphia. Eventually.
The Metropolitan Opera’s James Levine to Retire
He’ll step down at the end of the current season.
Justin Davidson on James Levine’s Triumphant Return to Carnegie Hall
The conductor came back after two years on the disabled list.
Davidson: The Disappearing James Levine
The current of conviction flowing from him has flickered.