The short answer is "no". The long answer is "yes, but there are lots of problems with whichever method you choose, and you'd probably be better off using a native Linux programme".
Off the top of my head, the options are:
1) Use wine
to install itunes on Linux - this is generally buggy, and you may be missing some features of itunes. http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManage...ation&iId=1347
gives a comparison of versions.
2) Use a virtual machine running windows, and install itunes on that - in my experience, virtual machines run quite slowly, so I would guess that this approach would lead to laggy playback. It will also depend on what hardware you have available
3) Use a native Linux programme, like Rhythmbox (supposedly has the best iPod support), Banshee, Exaile, Quodlibet (my favourite) or Amarok. The downside of this approach is that they will have less support for iPods, iPhones and other iCrap, but if you're only using iTunes to listen to music (rather than to sync your iThings) then this shouldn't be an issue.
Hope this helps,