Photographs were not allowed inside, so I can only show you these photos taken outside.
When we saw our neighbor performing at the cello concert, she wore a long gown and wore her hair up. You can see photos on this post. As the conductor, she wore black shoes with gold heels, black leggings, a white blouse with lots of ruffles in front, and a black long tailed coat. Her hair was done in loose curls. She looked every bit the part of a conductor, even before she stepped out on the stage.
How do conductors know what to do and how do the orchestra members know what it all means? It’s like a secret language. Are there conductor classes? Does each conductor teach his or her orchestra members what the signals mean? It’s all very interesting.
We enjoyed the concert and now that we know how to get to the concert hall, we may go to another performance there.
I’m still working on Miss Kitty’s Dragons. The colors are very appealing and with each stitch, I see more of the garden emerging.