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Getting an earful

The BSO has never played better. But why can't James Levine offer modern music that's edifying and still enjoyable?

By Ed Siegel
Globe Staff / March 6, 2005

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When the Boston Symphony Orchestra wooed and won James Levine to succeed Seiji Ozawa, it was clear to BSO audiences that we were getting one of the great conductors in the world, one of the few real maestros left in classical music. (Full article: 1898 words)

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