We would love to have these guys in the lobby for our Beethoven Art show during the Ninth Symphony performances.
“They are a series of abstract pieces based on the love of classical music, the likes of Beethoven, Handel and Prokofiev.”
Art inspired by classical music? Sounds familiar: http://www.pacificsymphony.org/BeethovenArt
Pacific Symphony invites Southern California artists to submit works for consideration for public display in the lobby of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall during our Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony performances in May/June 2012.
Works of all kinds are encouraged and will be considered, though they must be self-contained, free-standing pieces that can be presented in a lobby setting requiring no installation.
Successful submissions will be inspired by the themes of “Brotherhood” as evoked in Beethoven’s final symphony and/or provoke thought about the profound effect this
work has made on our world at large.
Details available at: