Levine to miss entire season n The Tanglewood conductor is recoveri...

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Still recovering from major back surgery, James Levine will miss the entire 2010 Tanglewood season.

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Bill44

Delmar, NY

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Jun 15, 2010
 
It is time for Mr. Levine to be honest with himself and the BSO and the Met. Because of his health problems, age and his inability to be rehabilitated he can no longer meet his obligations. He should gracefully retire for the sake of both groups and there need for a consistent presence of a conductor.
Professor Harold Hill

Albany, NY

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Jun 15, 2010
 
Is in River City and is would like to demonstrate the "think system" to the BSO.

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