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Levine’s return delayed to January

Originally expected to return from back surgery last week, James Levine is now slated to next lead the BSO on Jan. 28. Originally expected to return from back surgery last week, James Levine is now slated to next lead the BSO on Jan. 28. (Michael J. Lutch
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By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / October 27, 2009

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Boston Symphony Orchestra music director James Levine will not be back to conduct in Symphony Hall until January, the BSO said yesterday. Originally expected to return from back surgery last week, Levine will now miss the complete cycle of nine Beethoven symphonies that he had programmed and the BSO had promoted enthusiastically. (Full article: 413 words)

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