Growing up in Jerusalem, Asher Fisch had almost no contact with the music of Richard Wagner, public performance of which had been banned -- informally yet implacably -- for decades. Fisch has gone to make a name for himself as a Wagner conductor, and on Saturday he makes his Boston Symphony Orchestra debut with an all-Wagner program that replicates a concert from the orchestra’s first Tanglewood season, in 1937.
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