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BSO announces 2010-11 season

Among those slated to perform with the Boston Symphony Orchestra next season are pianist Maurizio Pollini, bass-baritone Bryn Terfel (below left), violinist Christian Tetzlaff, and BSO principal flutist Elizabeth Rowe. Among those slated to perform with the Boston Symphony Orchestra next season are pianist Maurizio Pollini, bass-baritone Bryn Terfel (below left), violinist Christian Tetzlaff, and BSO principal flutist Elizabeth Rowe. ()
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / April 12, 2010

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra proceeded with plans to announce its 2010-11 season today, despite uncertainty about music director James Levine’s medical prognosis. Next year Levine’s official BSO schedule will be lighter, with 28 scheduled performances in Symphony Hall, down from the 37 performances that were planned for the 2009-10 season. (Back problems sidelined Levine for the majority of those dates.) (Full article: 567 words)

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