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James Levine to Return to the Met in 2013

BREAKING NEWS!

James Levine is scheduled to return to the Metropolitan Opera next season, conduction a new production of Verdi’s Falstaff, and revivals of Cosi fan Tutte and Wozzeck. He will also conduct the Met orchestra’s final cencert at Carnegie Hall.

The conductor is said to be making great progress and he will be conducting from a motorized wheelchair.

A press release from the Met can be found here and we all look forward to Mr. Levines return.

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2 comments on “James Levine to Return to the Met in 2013

  1. “Tales of Hoffman” would seem more appropriate. Especially the Olympia Act. They could change his batteries on stage.

  2. nice photoshop skills . . . :-/

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