Manchester Royal Northern College Of Music Teacher In Court For Sexual Abuse.

Manchester Royal Northern College Of Music Teacher In Court For Sexual Abuse. Operation Kiso was implemented by the police due to demands by the public to unearth the truth about elite music schools that have employed sexual predators in the form of teachers. The movement involved the Royal College of Music in London and the Royal Northern College of Music and Chetham’s school of music in Manchester all of which are entangled in a web of high demand and reputation.

The most recent allegation to manifest has been against 59-year-old Duncan McTier a globally respected double bassist at NRCM. He is facing four charges of sexual assault against a 17 year-old a 21 year-old and a 23 year-old all of whom were pupils at different music establishments at the time. He is to appear in Manchester magistrates court on 23rd May.

The question raised is whether these renowned music establishments are in fact watering a ring of abusers and how far their footprints stem as many of the accused offer their services outside their employment. The general expectation would be that after these allegations were made McTier would be put on temporary leave until further notice. However he was allowed to remain in employment under the justification that all his pupils were aware of the allegations he was facing.

Michael Brewer from Chethams and Ian Lake from the Royal College of Music were also both found guilty of sexual abuse of minors and other former teachers now remain on police bail as suspects linked to Operation Kiso.

Melissa from MLS says”with all this in mind the trend of abuse from esteemed music schools comes under the microscope and how many people in authority are actually condoning or ignoring this type of behaviour. Victims are urged to overlook the perceived power and position of their abusers and come forward to fight for justice so the cycle is not repeated.”

If you have suffered from any form of criminal injury from molestation to violence contact us now. We understand that nothing can compensate for the trauma endured however we believe in the law and regaining some form of justice for our victims in order to help them on their way towards rebuilding their life whether it be money for counselling or even a new home – regardless of whether the accused has been convicted or not.

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