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The Return Of James Levine Prompts Questions About The Future

May 12, 2013

"In the past, when Mr. Levine was working at full capacity, he redefined the role of music director in a public way that sent clear signals to operagoers and patrons," writes Anthony Tommasini. "But these days the Met does not convey the artistic focus and mission it did before Mr. Levine's health problems began." The New York Times 05/10/13

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