The Met settled with disgraced former music director James Levine for a cool $3.5 million.
James Levine is back, or at least is scheduled to be back!
“Records show conductor James Levine’s company received $936,755 from the Metropolitan Opera in his 47th and final season.”
“James Levine is trying to discredit one of his alleged victims by dredging up a ‘love’ letter his teen accuser once wrote to him.”
A letter to the New York Times from the the company’s doughty press director Tim McKeough addresses the recent spate of running around with hair on fire about James Levine‘s artistic legacy.
Disgraced former Met music director James Levinewas sighted at yesterday’s matinee performance of New York City Opera’s Brokeback Mountain.
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