WFMT to air James Levine’s CSO concert at Ravinia

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James Levine leads in July 2016 conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Mahler’s “Symphony No. 2" at the Ravinia Festival. | Russell Jenkins/Ravinia Festival

WFMT-FM (98.7) will air the Ravinia Festival concert at which conductor James Levine made his long-awaited return to Highland Park to lead the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony #2,” the classical music station announced Monday.

The Women’s Board’s 50th Anniversary Gala concert, which was performed on July 23, will air on WFMT at 7 p.m. Aug. 15. It also can be heard via live stream on and the WFMT mobile app.

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