Music: Koussevitzky

Boston, the Hub, has made another revolution. Serge Koussevitzky, famed Russian conductor, a prophet of the new, a patron of the unknown, will direct the Boston Symphony this Winter. Last season it was Pierre Monteux, volcanic, sensational, whose introduction of Stravinsky's Sacre du Printemps was a dramatic event. Now comes a man whom they heralded in Moscow with bombs and cheers and acclaimed in Paris with appreciation even more explosive. What will he do? Great words thunder in the index.

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