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Levine, BSO seta higher standard

Their many strides have madet hem the center of attention

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / December 25, 2005

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The eyes and ears of the musical world are on the Boston Symphony Orchestra these days. Music director James Levine, like Michael Tilson Thomas in San Francisco and Esa-Pekka Salonen in Los Angeles, is creating a new model for orchestral programming and for developing an orchestra's relationship with its public. Like his colleagues, Levine is doing this in his own ... (Full article: 970 words)

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