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Music Review

BSO basks in all-Brahms night

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / February 4, 2005

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Next to the installation of James Levine as music director, the return of Rafael Fruehbeck de Burgos to the life of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 2000 after an absence of 29 years has been one of the most heartening events in the institution's recent history. For the last five seasons, the Spanish conductor has worked with the orchestra in ... (Full article: 545 words)

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