SSO’s inaugural chairman says board’s decision not to publicly support the yes campaign is ‘a disgrace’

The Sydney Symphony Orchestra has been accused of “craven” behaviour by its inaugural chairman, Leo Schofield, for refusing to take a stance on marriage equality.

In a statement published on Thursday, the orchestra declared a perfect neutrality on the issue, making it one of only a few major performing arts companies in Australia not to publicly support a yes vote.

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