Music: Season's End

Conductors all over the U.S. last week tucked away their batons as the symphony season ended. Most orchestras immediately started figuring how to manage another season.

In New York, the Philharmonic was all set for its 94th season because of its $500,000 drive last year. Arturo Toscanini will return to direct ten weeks out of the 30-week season. Towering Otto Klemperer. by far the most successful of the other conductors engaged this past season by the Symphony Society, will conduct for 14 weeks, opening the season.

The Boston Symphony wound up its season with a...

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