- Andris Nelsons is the conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
- There is great power in Nelson's gestures, and this energy acts as code for the orchestra
- Nelsons needs to be in sync with the orchestra, and his hands need to work together
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(CNN)The slightest movement by this man's hand can change the behavior of at least 100 people. Andris Nelsons is the 35-year-old Latvian conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, known for his energetic conducting style.