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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
Byline: Shannon Teoh
THERE is something inherently Japanese about a Toyota. It comes from the world's most profitable car company which has somehow managed to engineer a car for every segment of the market. It is quintessential Japanese efficiency, understated and Zen-like.
So it seems fitting that this year, in celebration of Mozart's 250th birthday, Toyota is bringing us the people it knows best to render a number of his works, namely, the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra.
This will include his Flute Concerto Number Two in D Major that will feature Ayako Takagi, the award-winning flutist who is one of the …