RESONATE: THEY DON’T MAKE’EM LIKE THEY USED TO – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Resonate

It is the ceiling that helps create much of the resonance of Symphony Hall. But also, all the little decorations, niches, and odd corners form part of the unique way in which the hall resonates.

Few symphonic venues resonate as well as Boston’s Symphony Hall, which was designed by the originator of New York’s Carnegie Hall. They resonate together.

Boston Symphony Hall Pops Concert

They really don’t make them like they used to. They don’t even remember how to make them like they used to.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

7 thoughts on “RESONATE: THEY DON’T MAKE’EM LIKE THEY USED TO – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. Ah yes. Table. ONLY for the pops. When the symphony is playing, NO tables. The pops is a more casual venue. I was surprised when I first saw them. The Pops really IS the symphony, just in “playtime” mode. They are the lucky ones too, because they get paid all years, while the symphony performers only get paid in season.

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