Seiji Ozawa

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Noun1.Seiji Ozawa - United States conductor (born in Japan in 1935)
Nihon, Nippon, Japan - a constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building
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Ha sido solista de importantes orquestas del mundo (Sinfonica de Tokio, Filarmonica de Buenos Aires, Filarmonica de Kiev, Camerata de San Petersburgo y Filarmonica Real de Liverpool), bajo la batuta de directores como Claudio Abbado, Simon Rattle, Seiji Ozawa y Gustavo Dudamel.
The Saito Kinen Festival Masumoto was started in 1992 by renowned conductor Seiji Ozawa as a tribute to the magnificent musician and educator Hideo Saito.
His previous book, Absolutely on Music, collected a series of conversations with conductor Seiji Ozawa about various classical recordings.
We're celebrating the 50th anniversary of his collaboration with Seiji Ozawa," said May, referring to the Japanese conductor.
In receiving the award, Philippe and Zaza join a network of winners over the last 27 years, including the likes of HRH The Prince of Wales, conductor Seiji Ozawa, and Japanese artist Yoko Ono.
Entonces su debut real en Occidente se dio en la Opera de Niza, en ese mismo 1989, con una hermosa obra de Tchaikovsky que se convertiria en uno de los mayores exitos de su triunfal carrera, La reina de espadas, que grabo con Seiji Ozawa y la Orquesta Sinfonica de Boston, con la primera soprano italiana Mirella Freni.
It was also in the same concerto where she debuted with the Boston Symphony under the baton of Seiji Ozawa. The setting was the Tanglewood Festival in Lennox, Massachusetts, where some 8,000 people cheered her.
Conductor Seiji Ozawa will be recognized for his tenure with the San Francisco Symphony and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the latter of which lasted for 29 years.
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts says "Star Wars" creator George Lucas, groundbreaking actresses Rita Moreno and Cicely Tyson, singer Carole King, rock band the Eagles and acclaimed music director Seiji Ozawa will receive this year's Kennedy Center Honors.
The recordings accentuate the performance of conductors such as Seiji Ozawa, Pinchas Zukerman, Leonard Bernstein, Christoph Eschenbach and Claudio Abbado, and orchestras as the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra and Berliner Philharmoniker.
Also attending Tuesday's reception were Japan's first major leaguer, Masanori Murakami, former New York Yankees outfielder and 2009 World Series MVP Hideki Matsui, and Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa, the former music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and an ardent Red Sox fan.
NEW YORK - Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa received the "Global Citizen Award" in New York on Thursday from a U.S.