BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA | November 17, 19, 22 | Without a music director, the BSO this season may seem to be holding a series of auditions to replace James Levine. One of the most compelling and diverse programs is being led by former BSO assistant conductor Ludovic Morlot, who last year was appointed music director of the Seattle Symphony. He conducts Berlioz's exhilarating Roman Carnival Overture, Mozart's 25th Piano Concerto (with Richard Goode), Elliott Carter's exquisite 2008 Flute Concerto (with BSO principal Elizabeth Rowe, who played the American premiere), and Bartók's gorgeously creepy Miraculous Mandarin Suite. | Symphony Hall, Boston | $30-$110 | 617.266.1492 or bso.org.

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