Toronto Symphony: It’s a lot worse than it looksmain
Since the turn of the year, the orchestra has learned that its music director Peter Oundjian is stepping down in 2018.
Then its president, Jeff Melanson, got tangled in a sensational divorce case with implication for his hiring practices and was gone before sunrise.
Now the orchestra is facing a $12 million deficit, or more. Details here.
That black hole will make it harder to attract a new music director and chief executive of the qualities required.
How did it all go so wrong so fast?