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"Friday’s concert, the last of Mr. Nelsons’s first subscription run [with the Boston Symphony Orchestra], was hardly lethargic. With an unusually large audience, the orchestra was engaged and the conductor infectiously dynamic with performances of Beethoven, Bartok and Tchaikovsky [...]

The New York TimesDavid Allan

It was just his fourth concert in his new role, but it felt as if Mr. Nelsons had been working under Symphony Hall’s golden proscenium arch for years. The orchestra already sounds cleaner, more unified and more focused than I have heard since James Levine’s departure in March 2011.”

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