Concertmaster Malcolm Lowe Returns to Boston Symphony Following Head Injury

The Boston Symphony Orchestra has announced the return to full duties of Concertmaster Malcolm Lowe

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra has this week announced the return to full duties of Concertmaster Malcolm Lowe who had been on extended leave since March of 2018 due to the lingering effects of a concussion.

The 65-year-old violinist, who has led the orchestra since 1984, resumed his position at the front of the orchestra during last week’s concerts – after several performances at the rear of the section.

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