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Rave reviews contrast with the more mundane experiences
WKSU's Mark Pennell and Vivian Goodman talk about the response of Tokyo audiences to the Cleveland Orchestra
Story by VIVIAN GOODMAN AND MARK PENNELL


 
Trumpeter Michael Miller found a 7/11 near the hotel.
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A sold-out Tokyo audience gave the Cleveland Orchestra nine standing ovations, and WKSU’s Vivian Goodman says the reason is clear. Meanwhile, free time for the musicians turns out to be on the mundane side, including eating lunch in a 7-11. Vivian also previews her interview with Mitsuko Uchida. 
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Cleveland Orchestra Director of Communications Ana Papakhian being interviewd by NHK TV.
The lobby of the Hotel Imperial where Cleveland entrepreneur Hiroyuki Fujita is staying.
One of tokyos many convenience stores.
 
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