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Christoph Altstaedt, Leo McFall Christoph Altstaedt (left) and Leo McFall are among a trio of conducting fellows selected by the Boston Symphony Orchestra who were under the guidance of BSO music director James Levine, who left in early July for emergency kidney surgery.

Without the maestro, more responsibilities

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / August 8, 2008

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He is the most famous maestro in the land. They are some of the most promising young conductors, thrilled to have scored a prestigious fellowship to the Tanglewood Music Center. (Full article: 482 words)

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