FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2000 file photo, conductor, composer and pianist Andre Previn performs at the Jazz Standard club in New York. Andre Previn's opera version of ``A Streetcar Named Desire'' finally made it to New York, 15 years after its world premiere. Previn's adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play, with a libretto by Philip Littell, returned on Thursday night, March 14, 2013, for a semi-staged concert performance at Carnegie Hall with Renee Fleming, who sang Blanche Dubois at the San Francisco Opera's world premiere production. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)

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FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2000 file photo, conductor, composer and pianist Andre Previn performs at the Jazz Standard club in New York. Andre Previn's opera version of ``A Streetcar Named Desire'' finally made it to New York, 15 years after its world premiere. Previn's adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play, with a libretto by Philip Littell, returned on Thursday night, March 14, 2013, for a semi-staged concert performance at Carnegie Hall with Renee Fleming, who sang Blanche Dubois at the San Francisco Opera's world premiere production. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)
FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2000 file photo, conductor, composer and pianist Andre Previn performs at the Jazz Standard club in New York. Andre Previn's opera version of ``A Streetcar Named Desire'' finally made it to New York, 15 years after its world premiere. Previn's adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play, with a libretto by Philip Littell, returned on Thursday night, March 14, 2013, for a semi-staged concert performance at Carnegie Hall with Renee Fleming, who sang Blanche Dubois at the San Francisco Opera's world premiere production. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)
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