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A maestro on the mend

By Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan
March 31, 2006

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James Levine is home in New York recuperating from surgery Monday to repair a rotator cuff that was torn when he tripped and fell on the Symphony Hall stage following a performance earlier this month. Following the injury's diagnosis, Levine canceled all his scheduled appearances with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera but expects to be back for ... (Full article: 752 words)

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