OSAKA — Takashi Asahina, known as the world’s oldest active conductor, died of old age at a Kobe hospital Saturday night, his family said Sunday. He was 93.
Asahina was loved by music fans for his strong and dignified style of conducting. He specialized in the works of Beethoven, Brahms and Bruckner.
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