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An emperor in the audience
WKSU's Vivian Goodman and Mark Pennell talk about the last day for the orchestra in Japan
Story by MARK PENNELL AND VIVIAN GOODMAN


 
Cleveland Orchestra musicians had only a five-minute walk from the hotel to Suntor Hall
Courtesy of Vivian Goodman
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It’s the last day WKSU’s Vivian Goodman gets to chat with us from Japan, before the Cleveland Orchestra moves onto South Korea to perform two more concerts. Franz Welser-Möst, conducting Mozart, Debussy, and Bruckner again. She talks about jogging musicians, the business side of the orchestra tour, and the emperor and empress (friends of Welser-Möst) in the audience for the all-Beethoven concert.

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WKSU's Vivian Goodman gets a chance to share her experience from the Far East.
 
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