Thursday, October 1, 2009

Theme Day - Contrast

City Daily Photo Blog theme day this month is contrast. The contrast here is not only the light and the dark, but the new young conductor, Shi-Yeon Sung, filling in on very short notice for the injured James Levine at Symphony Hall Tuesday night.

To view the theme of "Contrast" as interpreted in other cities around the world click here to view thumbnails for all participants.

19 comments:

Jilly said...

A beautiful shot and I love that you've made it fit so beautifully today's theme.

Zsolt said...

a full house..very amazing!

Tash said...

Marvellous! What also struck me is the two pianos! Now that's a contrast from the ordinary one. Had to look it up - I've never heard that piece by Stravinsky. Hurray for a woman conductor too!

cieldequimper said...

Oh my what a great photograph. The interpretation of theme day is original.

Vogon Poet said...

Excellent image and good choice. Sorry for director Levine...

magiceye said...

beautifully captured

Kcalpesh said...

Cool shot! Very nicely captured!

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hip chick said...

Beautiful picture. I just love symphony hall.

Leif Hagen said...

Classy, musical photo of undoubtedly a wonderful evening! Maybe the music contrasted, too?!

joo said...

Really good shot - and what a place:)

B SQUARED said...

Very nice choice. I love Symphony Hall. Been there many times.

brattcat said...

It's so interesting to look at the shot and create our own contrasts. For me it is how small the humans are in the enormous hall. And yet, they filled it with sound in a way they could never fill it with their bodies.

Marie-Noyale said...

You really helped him make his debut memorable!!
Beautiful Photograph.

White Oleander said...

Happy theme day :)

John said...

Great array of organ pipes in the background.

amatamari© said...

Great!
A magnificent shot!

marley said...

Great shot. You can't beat an orchestra and choir like this one.

White Oleander said...

Hi, yes, I had a Montreal blog before but I moved to Denmark now. Glad you remembered me.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

excellent shot. it looks like it is a realist painting.