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Levine is set to lead BSO in new direction

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / January 16, 2004

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James Levine's first season as the 14th music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra will mark a definite shift for the orchestra, as he brings to New England his career-long campaign to convince audiences that the music of the past century deserves to stand alongside the classics that preceded it. (Full Article: 882 Words)

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