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Previn brings 'Owls' to the BSO

Gil Shaham performs Stravinsky's Violin Concerto last night with the Boston Symphony Orchestra led by Andre Previn. Gil Shaham performs Stravinsky's Violin Concerto last night with the Boston Symphony Orchestra led by Andre Previn. (Michael j. lutch)
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / October 3, 2008

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Andre Previn is back on the podium of the Boston Symphony Orchestra this week. He looked rather frail last night in Symphony Hall, leading the BSO in a somewhat sleepy rendition of Beethoven's Fourth Symphony and in the world premiere of his own work "Owls." Between the two, soloist Gil Shaham injected some life into the evening with a tart ... (Full article: 481 words)

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