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How Montreal Symphony Management Blew It On Charles Dutoit - 15 Years Ago

Robert Everett-Green points out that allegations of Dutoit's bullying of musicians in rehearsal - allegations repeated in detail last week in two of Montreal's francophone newspapers - were made very clear by the players in 2002. And when they were, Dutoit abruptly stormed away from his job, and the orchestra's management was far more concerned […]
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