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Maestro stays: Tokyo wants more Paavo

One year into his contract, the NHK symphony orchestra have asked Paavo Järvi to extend it by three years, to 2021. Paavo says: ‘I have enjoyed my first season with the NHK Symphony Orchestra immensely and am delighted to extend the contract knowing that I will have the opportunity to work with these fine musicians over an […]
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