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Love in the Berkshires

MICHAEL J. LUTCHKurt Masur will conduct some of his favorite music (such as Mendelssohn) at one of his favorites places - Tanglewood. MICHAEL J. LUTCHKurt Masur will conduct some of his favorite music (such as Mendelssohn) at one of his favorites places - Tanglewood. (Michael J. Lutch)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / August 21, 2009

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At 82, Kurt Masur remains a hopeless romantic. The German-born conductor continues to talk about and show his love for the music of Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, and, of course, Mendelssohn. This weekend, he leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra in concerts featuring those composers. He spoke one recent evening by phone after arriving in the Berkshires. (Full article: 435 words)

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