Kurt and Tomoko Masur on the Great Wall of China during the New York Philharmonic Asia tour in June 1998.

Kurt and Tomoko Masur enjoying a fun moment.

Kurt and Tomoko Masur at home in New York in November 2000.

Kurt Masur with wife Tomoko in front of Notre Dame in Paris on the New York Philharmonic's 150th Anniversary Tour of Europe in March 1993.

Kurt and Tomoko Masur in Tokyo in 1976.

Kurt Masur enjoying a fun moment at home with wife Tomoko (right) and son Ken David on his lap in 1985.

Proud parents, Tomoko and Kurt Masur, coach son Ken David at the piano in 1985.

Kurt Masur with son Ken David meeting with Rudolf Skoda, the architect of the Gewandhaus, and his son in the streets of Leipzig.

Kurt Masur at home in Leipzig with his wife Tomoko Masur, his son Ken David and daughter Carolin in 1980.

Kurt Masur with son Ken David in Leipzig, on the stage of the Gewandhaus, during a rehearsal of Bach's St. Matthew Passion in 1989.

Kurt Masur with son Ken David in Leipzig on the stage of the Messehalle in 1978.

Kurt Masur with his family in Leipzig in 1990 (clockwise, from bottom left) grandson Daniel, granddaughter Susanna, grandson Mike, daughter Angelika, grandson Christian, son Michael, daughter-in-law Petra, son Matthias, granddaughter Annett and son Ken David.

Kurt Masur, on the cello, playing chamber music with, among others, wife Tomoko Masur on the viola, in the clubhouse of the village of Meltewitz in 1978.