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Levine, Kissin make prolific pianist duo

By David Weininger
Globe Correspondent / April 28, 2005

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James Levine chose to round out the first season of his BSO music directorship with a program of Schubert piano duets with the Russian virtuoso Evgeny Kissin. It was another tribute to his versatility, and an acute reminder that he remains one of the world's most complete musicians. (Full article: 332 words)

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