Category Archives: ORCHESTRAS

CARNEGIE MELLON PHILHARMONIC, REPERTORY CHORUS, AND CONCERT CHOIR AT STRATHMORE (Pittsburgh Musician Photographers)

Long time, no see!  Hello everyone!!!  I’ve been extremely busy with a LOT of things, one being Weddings by Alisa.  In case you didn’t know it already, I am a wedding photographer in Pittsburgh, too! Here is what I was doing this weekend…..my other love: concert and musician photography …..             […]

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A FINAL FAREWELL….(Pittsburgh Musician Photographers)

My colleague and friend, Maria Sensi Sellner conducted her last concert of Carnegie Mellon University’s All University Orchestra.  She has been at the helm of this fantastic group for ten years! Here are some of my favorite shots from the concert:           Walter Morales played Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue so beautifully….   […]

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CMU PHILHARMONIC AT CARNEGIE HALL (Classical Musician Photographers)

This year was the centennial celebration of the School of Music at Carnegie Mellon University.  Tristan and I were there to document the monumental event.  We had a blast! Both the Philharmonic and Choir traveled to New York City for this concert.  The last time I was at Carnegie Hall, I was playing.  This time, […]

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MY PHOTO ON A POSTER! (Pittsburgh Area Musician Photographer)

Look how beautiful this is!  I don’t know who designed it, but it looks great!  The lighting in Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland leaves something to be desired, as some lights are out, and others are pointed in the wrong direction.  BUT – as a photographer, you have to deal with MANY different lighting scenarios. […]

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MY WEEKEND IN REVIEW…….

This past weekend was my busiest weekend this year.  On Thursday, I shot a pianist and a soprano.  Friday (11/11/11!), I shot a wedding at Washington and Jefferson University.  Saturday, I shot yet another wedding with friends in Downtown Pittsburgh, and Sunday, I had FOUR sessions!: two families, an engagement, and a symphony shoot.  *WHEW* […]

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