Keller quoted in Wall Street Journal article about the Met Opera suspending ties with James Levine

December 4, 2017

Johanna Keller, music critic and associate professor in the newspaper an online journalism and communications departments, was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal for an article about the alleged sexual harassment by Metropolitan Opera conductor, James Levine, in “Met Opera Suspends Ties With Conductor James Levine Amid Sex-Abuse Allegations; Questions raised about why opera company didn’t investigate its former music director sooner.”

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A specialist in classical music and opera, Keller is the music critic for The Hopkins Review, writes for Opera Magazine, and was the former editor of Chamber Music Magazine. She won the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for her essays in The New York Times, and was cited by Musical America as one of the most influential people in the music industry.