1. In March 2010, the BSO announced that James Levine would miss the remainder of the Boston Symphony season because of back pain.
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2. On March 1, 2006, James Levine tripped and fell onstage during a standing ovation after a performance with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and tore the rotator cuff in his right shoulder, leaving the remaining subscription concerts in Boston to his assistant conductor at the time.
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4. For the 25th anniversary of his Met debut, James Levine conducted the world premiere of John Harbison's The Great Gatsby, commissioned especially to mark the occasion.
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5. In 2005, James Levine's combined salary from the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Met made him the highest-paid conductor in the country, at $3.5 million.
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