Author Joseph Horowitz talks with Classical New England's Brian Bell about a fascinating, often misunderstood, but crucially important figure who changed the course of history for Boston and the music world.
By NPR Fresh Air
On June 5, 1971, James Levine lifted his baton and stepped up on the stage at The Metropolitan Opera. The occasion was a festival performance of Tosca. It was also the 27-year-old Levine's debut performance at the Met.
By Jess Bidgood
Maestro James Levine is stepping down as the music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in order to better deal with the health issues that have kept the storied conductor off the podium for much of the past year.
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