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BSO announces new Tanglewood season

Levine returns with all-Italian program

James Levine will be part of the Tanglewood scene in 2011. James Levine will be part of the Tanglewood scene in 2011. (Michael Lutch)
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / November 30, 2010

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James Levine will open the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Tanglewood season on July 8 with an all-Italian program, including excerpts from Bellini’s “Norma’’ and Verdi’s “I Lombardi.’’ Later in the month he will lead the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra and vocal soloists including baritone José van Dam in a concert performance of Debussy’s “Pelléas et Mélisande.’’ These and other details of ... (Full article: 505 words)

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