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BSO’s Levine ready for a comeback

Says his back much better after surgery

James Levine missed 60 percent of his concerts last season. James Levine missed 60 percent of his concerts last season. (Michele McDonald/ Globe Staff/ File)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / September 19, 2010

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He has been spotted in New York City, leading an orchestra again after months on the sidelines. James Levine, attempting to make a comeback after major back surgery, says he feels good and is eager to start his seventh season as the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s music director. (Full article: 1385 words)

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