Met Opera fires music director emeritus James Levine, finding "credible evidence" of "sexually abusive" conductMarch 12, 2018 9:08pm

NEW YORK (AP) — Met Opera fires music director emeritus James Levine, finding "credible evidence" of "sexually abusive" conduct .

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