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November 27, 2014

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April 15, 2014
He was a major person in my life. Unforgettable. Again my condolences to Keiko, Stephanie, Greg and Julie and their families.
April 15, 2014
So sorry to hear this news. I remember Akira well from U.S.C. in Los Angeles. I looked up to him and admired him so much. He lives in my memories.
April 15, 2014
Akira was a breath of fresh air among conductors. He made Nutcrackers fun, and was a marvelous man to work with at St Bart's. He had a kind humility that I always appreciated. Blessings to his family, John Hunter
April 15, 2014
My best memories of Akira Endo were from Arrowbear Music Camp, where he conducted a bunch of high school campers in a much more rustic setting than he usually found himself. Now, as an adult, having read his accomplishments, I fully understand the incredible experience this was. I know I had no idea of his talent. Thank you, Akira, for the gifts you shared with us.
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