Seiji ozawa / wiener philharmoniker - neujahrskonzert 2002 / new year's concert 2002


Almost a decade after the sports injury, Ozawa won the first prize at the International Competition of Orchestra Conductors in Besançon , France. [3] His success there led to an invitation by Charles Münch , then the music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra , to attend the Berkshire Music Center (now the Tanglewood Music Center ), where he studied with Munch and Pierre Monteux . [4] In 1960, shortly after his arrival, Ozawa won the Koussevitzky Prize for outstanding student conductor, Tanglewood's highest honor. Receiving a scholarship to study conducting with famous Austrian conductor Herbert von Karajan , Ozawa moved to West Berlin . Under the tutelage of von Karajan, Ozawa caught the attention of prominent conductor Leonard Bernstein . Bernstein then appointed him as assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic where he served during the 1961–62 and 1964–65 seasons. [3] While with the New York Philharmonic, he made his first professional concert appearance with the San Francisco Symphony in 1962. [5]


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