A Conversation With Maestro James Levine

Musical director James Levine, who's described by some as America's greatest living conductor, is beginning his second season at the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

WBUR Arts Editor Bill Marx went to Symphony Hall and had a conversation with Maestro Levine between rehearsals, asking what he took away from his first season and what he envisions for his next:

This program aired on September 30, 2005. The audio for this program is not available.


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