Japanese maestro Ozawa in hospital with cardiac issues


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  • Thursday, 08 Mar 2018

FILE PHOTO: Japan's maestro Seiji Ozawa speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 19, 2013. REUTERS/Yuya Shino/File Photo

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Seiji Ozawa, one of the best known conductors of his generation, is in hospital for treatment of a heart condition and will remain there for about a month, his office said on Thursday.

The 82-year-old Ozawa, a former conductor at the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Vienna State Opera, had suffered from esophageal cancer, multiple bouts of pneumonia and back problems severe enough to require surgery in the past eight years, but recovered and went back to conducting.

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