James Levine, music director at New York’s Metropolitan Opera and former music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, will return to conducting May 19 in a concert with the Met Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, according to a Met announcement. The maestro, who has been recovering from a serious spinal injury after a fall in 2011, will also conduct operas and concerts in the company’s 2013-14 season. The 2011 injury left Levine partially paralyzed, and he remains temporarily unable to walk, so he will conduct from a motorized wheelchair.
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