Soprano Nina Stemme in Met Opera's 'Tristan und Isolde;' photo: Kristian Schuller
Mark McLaren, ZEALnyc Editor in Chief, September 23, 2016
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Despite my enthusiasm for all things politically incorrect, I was completely surprised by my reaction to Klinghoffer.
I suppose it takes a highly specialized village to make the Metropolitan Opera work on all cylinders. New York has already lost one opera company. We do not need to lose another.
Certainly, some of the opera's woes were a result of the recession, but the majority of them were self-inflicted. Here are some of the managerial lessons I derived from this operatic saga.
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