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Classical Music

Where will Levine take Tanglewood?

He should focus on new music, young conductors

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / July 3, 2005

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James Levine conducts his first concert as the new artistic boss at Tanglewood Friday night, but concerts are only partly the point of his weeks in the Berkshires. Away from public view, he will rehearse with the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra and work with the TMC conducting fellows, the vocal fellows, and probably the composers. He's on a fact-finding mission, ... (Full article: 1136 words)

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