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Thomas May, Boston Symphony Orchestra

New artistic management has brought an expanded financial challenge along with its expanded repertoire. How does the finance side of the organization maintain its share of the orchestra's good reviews?

February 8, 2006

The Boston Symphony Orchestra is making headlines these days. The Boston Globe recently reported that, since arriving in October 2004, music director James Levine has been "creating a new model for orchestral programming." But having Levine at the artistic helm comes at a price. Read more...

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