mmm, i think i would have loved this.
The wood ceiling looks like it would make the acoustics in here a good place for a choral performance.
Interesting concert in an equally interesting venue.
Yes, I would have loved this. I adore choral music of all kinds.
I wish I could hear them sing!
It must have been a lovely treat to the ears... :)God bless you!Cezar
Já cantei em coral e fotografei coral, então percebi que ao fotografar o coro o que queremos é captar a voz. Incrível!
I would have loved to have been there! Terrific capture as always, JM! Enjoy your evening!Sylvia
I think I'm becoming slightly envious of all the museums and events that you visit :) Not really, I think it's great that you do, although I may be jealous of all your town has to offer compared to Tucson.
You got a great shot of the singers! I think I would have enjoyed listening to them.
I do not know about their music, but the stage is quite original!
You must add clips to your blog. I would loved to have heard them.A lovely image.
Did they sound as beautiful as they looked. Bet they did.
I love looking at the different ways the choir members are forming their lips and moth openings as they are singing. There is a definite difference. I wonder how many silk factories are left this day in time. Lovely night shot.
Singing in a former silk factory!
I used to sing in a semi-professional choir... choir voices often make me teary eyed.
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