Keitaro Harada, conductor

Hometown: Tokyo, Japan

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In 2016, Keitaro was appointed Associate Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony!

Meet Keitaro

Keitaro appeared most recently on Show 216, recorded in May 2010.

Keitaro Harada (saxophone) appears as part of From the Top’s 10th Anniversary Celebration and was first on the radio show in 2003 when he was a student at Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan. The twenty-four-year-old conductor is currently the inaugural recipient of the James E. Rogers Institute for Orchestral and Opera Conducting Fellowship. His appointments include working with Arizona Opera, Tucson Symphony, Arizona Symphony and University Philharmonic Orchestras. He recently served three seasons as Assistant Conductor of the Macon Symphony Orchestra and was the conductor and founder of the Mercer/Macon Symphony Youth Orchestra. This summer, Keitaro was invited to be a Conducting Fellow at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute at the invitation of James Levine.

Listen to Keitaro

Show 216, Ames, IA
Adios Nonino by Astor Piazzolla

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