Philharmonia of the Nations with pianist Jon Nakamatsu

Photo of Philharmonia of the Nations and conductor Justus Frantz
Philharmonia of the Nations and conductor Justus Frantz
photo of pianist Jon Nakamatsu
Pianist Jon Nakamatsu

Leonard Bernstein’s idea “Let’s make music as friends” was realized in 1995 when colleague Justus Frantz assembled a multicultural orchestra featuring star talent from 40 nations. Serbs and Slovenians, Syrians and Israelis, Chinese, French, Russians, Italians and others share a common language (music) in their recordings, tours and special appearances at the invitation of notables including the UN Secretary General and the Pope. Special guest Jon Nakamatsu, the most recent American winner of the Van Cliburn Competition, has been hailed by the New York Times for his “stunning” elegance, clarity and power.

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