OAE Event pictures – long overdue post

Last month I was lucky enough to go to a wonderful performance at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, given by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment as part of ‘The Night Shift’.  I wrote about it, but I had a few issues with uploading the pictures (Chromebook wobbles!)…at long last here they are!

 Eileen is excited!


 Cheesey tickets post 101.


 The stage is set.  The orchestra were performing with a troupe of dancers – really stirring stuff!


 I took so many pictures, but the speed of the dancers made captures tricky.  I did manage a few though!


 Between movements there were Q&A sessions with musicians, dancers etc. – I loved this part of the experience, a really fresh take on concert going!


 I also loved the interplay between the dancers and the musicians.


Kati, the leader of the orchestra, was superb.  Warm, witty and frighteningly talented!

Such a fun evening!  I would heartily recommend The Night Shift for an interesting concert experience!

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