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Classical Notes

Audience gets an earful at BSO rehearsals; soprano heroine to be honored

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / December 3, 2004

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra's Open Rehearsals under James Levine are finding a new rhythm. Some people who attended the new music director's first such event a couple of weeks ago objected to the fact that he used most of the time to rehearse detail in Elliott Carter's "Symphonia" and created a glass wall between stage and audience. (Full article: 746 words)

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