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James Levine, a Fractured Partnership and a Met Opera Lawsuit [The New York Times]

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PDF Photo James Levine, then the music director of the Metropolitan Opera, and Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, at a news conference in 2006. Credit Henny Ray Abrams/Associated Press Seven years ago, when the conductor James Levine marked his 40th anniversary with the Metropolitan Opera, Peter Gelb, the company’s general manager, went all out to celebrate him . The company issued two lavish boxed sets surveying the career of Mr. Levine, who defined the Met for decades. Mr. Gelb produced a PBS documentary about him and wrote, in a coffee-table book , that he was “one of the most beloved and legendary conductors of all time.” After Mr. Levine’s poor health forced him to step down that year, 2011, as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and a subsequent injury left him unable to conduct at the Met for two seasons, Mr. Gelb kept him on as the Met’s music director . But behind the scenes, their relationship was [Read more]

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