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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 1997, Jansons became the music director of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. He left the orchestra in 2004. The conductor has stated that he suffers from jet lag, and this was one reason that he left his American position.
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