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Morlot's musical journey continues

Assistant conductor is set for BSO debut

By David Weininger
Globe Correspondent / April 1, 2005

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In 1943, Leonard Bernstein's career was launched in spectacular fashion when, as the assistant conductor at the New York Philharmonic, he took over a concert for the ailing Bruno Walter, with only a few hours notice. His dramatic performance was front-page news the next day. (Full article: 886 words)

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