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Levine’s BSO future may be in doubt

Ailing maestro has no contract

James Levine faces his second surgery in six months. James Levine faces his second surgery in six months.
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / April 7, 2010

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Will the Boston Symphony Orchestra sever ties with its famed maestro? As music director James Levine prepares for back surgery that could keep him from taking the podium at Tanglewood this summer, frustrations are building within the orchestra, and a stunning detail has emerged: Levine has no signed contract with the BSO. (Full article: 1206 words)

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