“Mozart in the Jungle” journalist Blair Tindall said sexual abuse in classical music is a power and generational problem.
She also explained why institutions might turn a blind eye to “genius” conductors’ abuse
The classical music world has not been spared the wave of sexual harassment accusations that were unleashed by the Harvey Weinstein scandal in Hollywood.
In early December, the New York Metropolitan Opera suspended famed conductor James Levine after he was accused of sexually harassing three men when they were teenagers decades ago.
And on Friday, Swiss conductor Charles Dutoit was dropped by the…