ACCUSATIONS AGAINST PLáCIDO DOMINGO DIVIDE THE OPERA WORLD

For half a century, Plácido Domingo has been one of opera's most beloved figures: a celebrated tenor, a leader of opera companies and an ambassador for the art form who, at 78, continues to be a box-office draw in an era of diminished star power.

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