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Classical Notes

BSO extends an open invitation to conductor Haitink

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / January 9, 2004

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Bernard Haitink has accepted the Boston Symphony Orchestra's invitation to become "conductor emeritus," a new position and title created especially for him. Haitink, who first conducted the BSO in 1971, has served as principal guest conductor since 1995 and has become a favorite with the orchestra and with audiences. (Full Article: 1100 Words)

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