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 Post subject: Chairman of Scottish Ballet Steps Down
PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 2:14 am 
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Chairman of opera and ballet steps down

By PHIL MILLER
The Herald
July 23, 2004

The chairman of two of Scotland's leading national arts companies, Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet, has announced he is stepping down.
Duncan McGhie last night criticised the Scottish Executive as he revealed his intention to leave the companies and their joint board, which is to be disbanded.
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Turbulent saga of Scottish Opera goes on as chairman quits

By LOUISE JURY
The Independent
July 23, 2004

"It's time to get fresh eyes and fresh brains in place. I am keen to let others develop new ideas for Scottish Ballet and Scottish Opera," he said.
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Scottish Opera chief stands down 'to give fresh thinking chance'

By JIM MCBETH
The Scotsman
July 23, 2004

"He was pro-active and supportive, but the man in charge is head of blame, even though few would claim he was the author of the company’s misfortunes," said one.
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By TOM PETERKIN
The Daily Telegraph
July 24, 2004

Duncan McGhie said the failure of politicians to come up with funds made it an "incredibly difficult" time for the arts in Scotland.
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