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Whistleblowers Allege Culture Of Secrecy, Protection Of Powerful At Singers’ Union

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A 1939 portrait of opera singer Lawrence Tibbett, the co-founder and first president of the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA).

They point to a real estate deal that could drain two-thirds of the American Guild of Musical Artists’ financial reserves and a secretive, failed deal with disgraced opera star Plácido Domingo.

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