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Seiji Ozawa
conductor

Seiji Ozawa

  • September 1, 1935 Shenyang (China)

Biography

Seiji Ozawa is Music Director of the Vienna State Opera since the 2002/2003 season and is an annual and favored guest of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Prior to his Vienna State Opera appointment he served as Music Director of the Boston Symphony for 29 seasons (1973-2002), the longest serving music director in the orchestra's history.

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Karajan, or Beauty As I See It
Karajan, or Beauty As I See It

A film by Robert Dornhelm

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Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex
Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex

Julie Taymor (stage director), Seiji Ozawa (con...

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Seiji Ozawa, The Living Spirit of Music
Seiji Ozawa, The Living Spirit of Music

An Intergenerational Encounter

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Speak the Music – Robert Mann and the Mysteries of Chamber Music
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Yundi Li, The Young Romantic

Portrait of the Chinese superstar of the piano

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Seiji Ozawa and Marcus Roberts Trio play Gershwin in Berlin
Seiji Ozawa and Marcus Roberts Trio play Gershwin in Berlin

Waldbühne 2003: A Gershwin Night – Berliner Phi...

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Seiji Ozawa conducts Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Borodin, and Stravinsky
Seiji Ozawa conducts Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Borodin, and Stravinsky

Waldbühne 1993: A Russian Night – Berliner Phil...

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Jessye Norman sings Carmen
Jessye Norman sings Carmen

Private recording sessions filmed in Paris

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Seiji Ozawa
Seiji Ozawa

Portrait of the Japanese conductor

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Marsalis on Music (I/IV)
Marsalis on Music (I/IV)

Why Toes Tap

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Marsalis on Music (II/IV)
Marsalis on Music (II/IV)

Listening for Clues

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Marsalis on Music (III/IV)
Marsalis on Music (III/IV)

Sousa to Satchmo

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