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Metropolitan Opera fires James Levine after sexual misconduct allegations
New York's Metropolitan Opera fired longtime conductor James Levine on March 12 after allegations of sexual abuse and harassment. Levine served as the music director of the Metropolitan Opera for 40 years, until he stepped down in 2016.
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