Levine will conduct again at Met

Following up on last year’s announcement:

“James Levine is making a comeback.”

“Defying opera world doubters who thought he was too ill, weak or disengaged, the longtime and much loved music director of the Metropolitan Opera plans to return to the podium for the first time in two years, for a May 19 performance by the Met Orchestra at Carnegie Hall and for three productions at the opera house next season.”

Read more about this at Arts Beat, The New York Times Arts section.

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