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Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa dies at 88

Tokyo, Feb 9 (UNI) World-renowned Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa died on Tuesday at the age of 88 due to heart failure, local media reported on Friday.
Ozawa, known for his work with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and other world-famous ensembles, suffered a series of health problems in recent years, which forced him to cancel some of his concert and music festival appearances, Kyodo News reported.
Born in 1935 in Shenyang, the capital of northeast China's Liaoning province, Ozawa lived in China with his Japanese parents in childhood.
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