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The pieces of James Levine

Child prodigy, famed conductor, orchestra builder. Now, finally, he leads the BSO.

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / October 17, 2004

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He does not drive. He does not cook. He doesn’t do laundry. James Levine has a pair of assistants – younger brother Tom and Ken Hunt – to take care of his needs, on and offstage. They talk with musicians, meet with accountants and agents, and scout out where he will live in Boston, near Tanglewood, or anywhere else he’s ... (Full article: 2762 words)

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