A tenor laments the abolition of San Diego Operamain
It was one of the best places to work, says Richard Leech in his open letter, and Ian Campbell was the best of bosses. Such a shame it had to go. More lament than protest. Here’s his letter.
One of our readers has noted that San Diego’s budget of $15 million equates to the annual turnover of an average supermarket. One difference, though, is that the supermarket manager and his wife do not, on the whole, trouser five percent of turnover as salary.
There is more to this abrupt closure than has yet met the public eye.