SAITO KINEN ORCHESTRA

ORCHESTRA / ENSEMBLE - JAPAN


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Saito Kinen Orchestra

DESCRIPTION: The Saito Kinen Orchestra is considered to be one of the world's top 20 symphony orchestras. It was formed under the leadership of Seiji Ozawa and Kazuyoshi Akiyama and attracts Japan's top classical musicians to be part of it during its annual Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto.

ACTIVITY STATUS: Active

ACTIVITY PERIOD: 1984 - Current

MUSIC GENRE: Classical, Art Music

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: JAPAN

RECORD COMPANIES / LABELS (Current & Past): Philips, Decca, Deutsche Grammophon

OFFICIAL WEB SITE: http://www.saito-kinen.com/


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