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Saturday, 3 October 2015

An Outdoor Exhibition


You can enjoy an exhibition and the sunshine all at the same time.

A unique glimpse behind the scenes of the performances and rehearsals of the students at the Royal College Opera By the River is fabulous photo essay by photographer Edmond Terakopia.  A selection of 62 images taken over a period of seven months that captures the intimate and revealing moments of the orchestra, singers and production team as they develop and perform Albert Herring by Benjamin Brittien.

On until 11 October 2015.
   


9 comments:

Gunn said...

I wish it would have been there 3 more days.....
Looking great both the images and the autumn sky/light.

Happy weekend.

Sharon Anck said...

What a coincidence, I went to a lecture and rehearsal of a new opera that will be performed here by our Arizona Opera Company last night. I'll be posting about it tomorrow.

William Kendall said...

A pretty setting for an exhibition!

Lowell said...

October 11 is arriving soon. I'd better make my plane reservations!

Chel @ Sweetbriar Dreams said...

I NEED to get down to my home town very soon. I haven't managed it for months so will need to rectify this soon. The exhibition looks stunning and I would have loved to have seen this. Thanks for the info on Daphne's. We are definitely going to eat there when we get down soon. xx

Jenny Woolf said...

There is something lovely about music out of doors.

RedPat said...

Your shot and the images look great!

Angie said...

Thank goodness for the sunshine - that's a great exhibition.

Jack said...

So nice that outside photography exhibitions are becoming more popular. I saw one in Paris recently and loved it. (Check my blog tomorrow to see one photo I took while there . . . )

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