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Front Row: Classical Music

Pianist Russell Sherman will perform Liszt's ''Transcendental Etudes'' at Jordan Hall on Sept. 25. Pianist Russell Sherman will perform Liszt's ''Transcendental Etudes'' at Jordan Hall on Sept. 25.
September 7, 2008

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Boston Symphony Orchestra - James Levine returns from his medical leave to open the BSO's season with an all-Russian program on Sept. 24 in Symphony Hall. Brahms's "German Requiem" follows closely on its heels Sept. 26 and 27. The fall will see premieres of works by Leon Kirchner, Andre Previn, and Elliott Carter (a new piano concerto to celebrate his ... (Full article: 500 words)

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