Multiple reports of sexual harassment against Plácido Domingo, one of opera's most revered stars, have divided the classical music world
So in the week since the accusations against Placido Domingo came out, how many big name stars or leaders in the opera world have come for to confirm his widely known patterns of harassment and abuse of power? Their silence is complicity. Same as in other industries.
Don't miss the news that Royal Opera House has confirmed Plácido Domingo will perform as scheduled at the venue next year, as an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment by the singer is launched by LA Opera. Read the full story here:
Spanish opera singer and conductor Plácido Domingo has been accused of sexual harassment by eight singers and one dancer
‘Accusations must be proven’: Spain’s Royal Theater backs Placido Domingo amid ‘Me Too’ allegations — RT World News
Eight singers and a dancer said that they were sexually harassed by Placido Domingo in encounters that took place over three decades beginning in the late 1980s.
Multiple women told The AP that they were pressured into sexual relationships with Plácido Domingo. In a statement, he said that he believed all his encounters were consensual.
One accuser said opera superstar Placido Domingo stuck his hand down her skirt and three others said he forced wet kisses on their lips. His response below. Read more:
Eight singers and a dancer accuse opera superstar Placido Domingo of sexual harassment. His response below. Read more:
Plácido Domingo watched the first team's training session and spoke with the technical staff and the players.