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Roppongi isn’t the first place that jumps to mind when you’re looking to have a night out with Beethoven. A concert hall with plush velvet seats, women in pearls listening to Symphony No. 9 — that’s more of a Ginza thing.

But Tahlia Petrosian, a viola player for the Gewandhaus Orchestra based in Liepzig, Germany, is trying to change the way classical music concerts are perceived.

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