Wednesday, March 9, 2011

STL DPB In Los Angeles: Disneyland

Disney Hall 1

The Los Angeles Philharmonic plays in the Walt Disney Concert Hall, a creation of architect Frank Gehry. The big poster on the left pictures the 30 year old Venezuelan music director, Gustavo Dudamel. We attended the performance Sunday afternoon. Both the outside and inside of the hall are wonders. Dudamel led the orchestra with great economy through most of the concert but became airborne in the grand moments of the Bruckner 7th.

There's an Arch photo today on Downtown St. Louis 365 today. I mean, why not?

Arch 2011-02-20


Olivier said...

photo grandiose, par sa composition et par ce b√Ętiment qui fait penser un peu a un Guggenheim moderne

cieldequimper said...

So much better than la Bastille.

Steffe said...

It's an impressive building.

Virginia said...

That is an amazing structure. Well captured B, and I would have loved to have been at that concert!

Kate said...

I think Gehry is a genius!