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Classical Music

In first season, Levine stirs up the unexpected

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / April 3, 2005

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James Levine's first season as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra has brought triumphs and controversies. This comes as no surprise, because triumphs have seldom been achieved without controversy. What has been interesting is that these particular controversies have not been predictable. (Full article: 1445 words)

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