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Zander calls hiring choice a ‘grave oversight’

By Michael Rezendes
Globe Staff / January 21, 2012
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Benjamin Zander, the world renowned conductor recently fired by the New England Conservatory, is apologizing for knowingly hiring a registered sex offender as a videographer for the school’s Youth Philharmonic Orchestra. Zander, 72, said last week that he had done nothing wrong by engaging convicted sex offender Peter E. Benjamin on a part time basis to videotape school events.

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