Schubert

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Last spring, the newly installed music director of the Boston Symphony went on stage at Boston's Symphony Hall not to conduct, but to join pianist Evgeny Kissin at the piano bench. The young, tall, thin Kissin, and the older, shorter, rounder Levine made a colorful pair. >From that performance, Levine and Kissin play Franz Schubert's "Lebensstuerm," or "Life's Tempests."

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