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MUSIC REVIEW

Gilbert leads BSO in Ives's epic Fourth Symphony

By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / March 6, 2009

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Next fall the young conductor Alan Gilbert will be taking up the reins of the New York Philharmonic as its 25th music director and there are high hopes that he will bring that magnificent yet artistically staid orchestra a sense of freshness and new life. Focused yet unflashy on the podium, he is unquestionably a thoughtful musician with engaging ideas ... (Full article: 504 words)

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