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BSO Carnegie Hall dates reduced in 2013-14

In a small but tangible sign of the impact of its podium vacancy on its national profile, the Boston Symphony Orchestra will be reducing its number of concerts next season at Carnegie Hall.

For at least the last two decades, the orchestra has generally performed three concerts each season at the prestigious New York venue. Next season, the BSO will perform only twice: a pair of programs led by conductor emeritus Bernard Haitink.

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