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The Boston Symphony Orchestra would like a conductor, please

First it was James Levine, who stepped down as music director in September after a long series of health problems; now Italian conductor Riccardo Chailly will not be able to make a series of concerts he’d planned with the Boston Symphony Orchestra for January because of “health reasons”. Norman Lebrecht surveys the field and comes up with one final candidate, who is, as of now, still healthy. (FULL ARTICLE: Norman Lebrecht, ArtsJournal)