Josh Kosman: “When a composer pleads for a more sympathetic view of Levine because of his advocacy for new music, or when an opera buff clings to Levine’s recordings of the standard repertoire, that’s a tell. It says that wrongs inflicted on others don’t merit a full moral standing, at least not when weighed against the benefits to oneself. And if that sort of reckoning is helpful for assessing the priorities of individuals, it’s even more critical in judging the institutions that make artistic careers possible — or refuse to do so.” – San Francisco Chronicle

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