Seiji Ozawa (1935) - Japanese conductor, particularly noted for his interpretations of large-scale late Romantic works. He is most known for his work as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and principal conductor of the Vienna State Opera.
One writes fiction, the other conducts an orchestra, but Murakami and Ozawa share a drive, determination – and a passion for music. They discuss the creative process, inspiration and the eclecticism of Mahler
Anything Haruki Murakami touches is like water for a thirsty soul Absolutely on Music just landed on my doorstep This is a new book that details conversations between Murakami and his friend Seiji Ozawa the former conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra about writing and music Ill be sure to share everything I learn