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Born in hiding during World War II, the Latvian Mariss Jansons is one of today's most respected and in-demand conductors.
In 1979, Jansons was appointed music director of the Oslo Philharmonic, with which he performed, recorded and toured extensively. He resigned his Oslo position in 2000 after disputes with the city over the acoustics of the Oslo Concert Hall.
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