Met Conductor Levine To Return After Two-Year Hiatus
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The Metropolitan Opera will soon welcome back music director James Levine following a two-year hiatus.
Levine plans to conduct a concert at Carnegie Hall on May 19.
He will also lead three other productions in the 2013-2014 season.
The 69-year-old canceled his entire schedule for the past two seasons after undergoing surgery for a spinal injury that left him partially paralyzed.