The Boston Symphony Orchestra has been tight-lipped about who might succeed James Levine, whose declining health forced his resignation last year. But in a report on WBUR early this morning, managing director Mark Volpe told reporter Andrea Shea that it was likely a decision on the BSO’s 15th music director might be announced next March or April. Shea asked Volpe if one of the many guest conductors employed in recent years – there will be 18 this season alone – will likely lead the orchestra.
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