Sunday, September 28, 2014

Nelsons in Boston

Andris Nelsons has begun his tenure as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, three years after James Levine resigned on account of his health problems. His first concert was last night, and the reviewers were there.


Tom DePlonty said...

...with a program that says "I am not going to upset you, and may have Respighi for dessert"!

Lisa Hirsch said...

Haha. Right you are - Tommasini discusses the fact that for their first programs in NY and Boston, Gilbert and Levine had commissions to play.