I’m going to show you a few of the photos I took before and after the performance last week at Tanglewood. Of course, you are asked not to take photos during, and I obliged. But I am happy to be able to show you some that most program attendees do not see.
I’ll start with the grounds.
Then we went into Koussevitzky Music Shed (Thank you, Google dictionary.)
Now back outside to catch the starting pink of the sky.
And now over to our destination, Ozawa Hall.
Here’s the Carriage House, where the students/musicians practice.
Yes, we were early. That’s a good thing. And yes, this is where we were sitting!
And now, we got to go into the Carriage House. Our host knew someone. She was very happy to show us around on our own little tour.
I did say it was the Carriage House. Here’s some proof.
This is a small part of a panorama shot from one of the earliest years. I think that the older man dressed in white in the center of the second row is somebody famous. They probably all are. But I do think that he was pointed out as being Koussevitzky himself, which would make sense why I would take this portion.
One of these two sweatered men was also pointed out to us as being someone. I just liked their sweaters.
And after the music, we retreat into the night.
The last blue moon until 2015.