Monday, January 12, 2015

S.F. Symphony Chamber Music

Quietly, inconspicuously, I can't resist sketching musicians during a performance. They sit or stand in one spot for awhile and pay absolutely no attention to me! My Pentel Brush Pen's broad, silent marks are easy to see in the near-darkness of the symphony hall. These drawings are a little crude but I had fun making them so thought I'd share them with you.

Especially like how the word "jazz" just happens  to appear on the sheet music atop the piano. The flutist was the mother of the young pianist. The cello player is missing from the drawing.

The audience, enthused by the jazzy performance of Kapustin, began applauding between the Dvorak pieces to the consternation of the performers. Ooops. Faux pas!


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