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Ludovic Morlot's second week with the BSO; plus, Boston Early Music Festival's Charpentier
In his second week with the BSO, Ludovic Morlot led another stunning program originally designed for James Levine.
| December 02, 2011
Ludovic Morlot at the BSO; Philippe Jaroussky with Apollo's Fire
Former BSO assistant conductor Ludovic Morlot has returned for two programs planned by and for former music director James Levine.
| November 25, 2011
Blessings: mixed and otherwise
By odd coincidence, in recent weeks we’ve had performances of two important operatic rarities, landmark early works a century apart: 30-year-old Handel’s Amadigi (1715) and 20-year-old Rossini’s Tancredi (1813, his 10th opera!).
Boston Baroque’s Amadigi; Opera Boston’s Tancredi; the BSO’s Beethoven; the Borromeo’s Bartók; Brahms from BCMS and BSOCP
| October 30, 2009
From Knoxville to Swan Lake and back
As our most prestigious classical-music institution, the Boston Symphony Orchestra ought to be every year’s headliner, and once again, under the adventuresome direction of James Levine, it is.
A chock-full season of classical music
| September 13, 2006
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