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Latest James Levine Items
James Levine will resume a full schedule of six productions at the Metropolitan Opera next season, conducting on opening night for the first time since 2010 following his recovery from a back injury that caused a two-year layoff.
Mark Delavan knocked over a table and swung his ax. "Francesca da Rimini" is not subtle.
The Metropolitan Opera is cutting ticket prices by an average of about 10 percent next season, when music director James Levine returns from a spine injury that led to a two-year absence.
James Levine plans to return to the podium at the Metropolitan Opera in May following a two-year absence, conducting from a wheelchair following a fall last year that left him partially paralyzed.
Metropolitan Opera Music Director James Levine will not conduct the rest of this season or the entire 2012-2013 one.
James Levine has canceled conducting the Metropolitan Opera's new production of Wagner's "Goetterdaemmerung" and is in danger of missing an entire season at the company for the first time since he made his debut in 1971.
It has been more than a half-century since the Metropolitan Opera debuted a successful staging of Mozart's "Don Giovanni." The wait continues.
Metropolitan Opera music director James Levine has canceled his fall conducting engagements after reinjuring his back, and Italian conductor Fabio Luisi has been named principal conductor.
Recurring back pain will cause conductor James Levine to miss the Metropolitan Opera's tour of Japan, including a performance of Verdi's "Don Carlo" on June 5 that was to celebrate the 40th anniversary of his company debut.