PASSPORT: SEIJI OZAWA as Conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, He Is Based in the Stat Es but Still Retreats to Rural Japan to Relax
Fox, Sue, The Independent (London, England)
Each July and August, I'm involved with the Tanglewood Music Festival. Tanglewood, in the Berkshires, Massachusetts is the beautiful summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. I've spent 27 summers there.
We built a house in West Stockbridge, which is a famous, historic New England town. One of the most beautiful houses there is Seranak, which was owned by the conductor of the BSO, from 1924-1949, Serge Koussevitzky, and his wife Natalie. Guest composers and musicians stay in the house. In the evenings there are often receptions, but in the day you can just sit on the terrace, and there'll be music in the air.
I was born in Shenyang, China, to Japanese …
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