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Levine, BSO open at Tanglewood by going out on a limb

Monday, July 7, 2008
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Boston Symphony Orchestra music director James Levine, who champions Elliott Carter and Charles Wuorinen when not conducting at the Metropolitan Opera, courageously opened the Tanglewood concert season last weekend with Berlioz’s seldom-heard epic opera “Les Troyens.”...

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