Seiji Ozawa conducts a Russian Night at the Waldbühne

Few other countries have enriched the world of classical music with such dynamic compositions as Russia, a point well illustrated by an open-air concert held in the Berlin Waldbühne in 1993, when Tchaikovsky’s delicately whirling Nutcracker was coupled with Stravinsky’s tremendous Firebird and the archaic weight of Borodin’s Polovtsian Dances. The conductor of this Russian Night was Seiji Ozawa, whose energy and élan likewise seemed to know no bounds.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Seiji Ozawa

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© 1993 EuroArts Music International



Seiji Ozawa conductor
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