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Music in mind, Levine talks health

Injury delays return to BSO

'It would be a mistake 'to come back before my body is ready.' ' -- James Levine, BSO and Metropolitan Opera Orchestra music director "It would be a mistake 'to come back before my body is ready.' " -- James Levine, BSO and Metropolitan Opera Orchestra music director (Michele McDonald/ File)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / October 22, 2009

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First, there was the onstage fall that tore the maestro’s rotator cuff in early 2006. Then, two years later, the cancerous tumor forced the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s music director to miss virtually the entire season at Tanglewood. Now, it’s his back. (Full article: 1241 words)

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