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Topic - Deborah F. Rutter
And it seemed he had: He led a new production in Rome in December, followed by two concerts in his hometown of Naples and a week in Germany last month, CSO Association President Deborah F. Rutter said Tuesday at a news conference.
"We at the symphony and particularly the musicians and its leadership feel very strongly committed to Maestro Muti and his long-term health," Rutter said.