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The life of U.S. conductor Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) is being feted in Japan with the performance of his masterpiece, “Candide,” under the baton of Japanese conductor Yutaka Sado, one of Berstein’s pupils, in collaboration with Canadian director Robert Carsen.

“This satire was born from anger,” says Carsen.

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