Perhaps a bassoon mustache?
Tip your hat to this piano trio. Maybe their getup will help rope in new audiences.
Yeah, this probably isn’t classical, but some things are too awkward not to share.
Next up: do the limbo.
“I’m pretty sure.”
“Well, ready… aim… You’re fired.”
I really don’t want to know what that squatting violinist is up to.
But at least, in the end, they reach the golf cart on the right-hand side of the street.
That’s not quite what they meant by “col legno”…
Don’t fall off the wall with the force of the blast, folks.
It’s like a new kind of jack-in-the-box: a quartet popping out from behind a double bass.
Thanks to @jaygabler for inspiring today’s post with this tweet:
There are few things more awkward than promo photos of classical ensembles jumping into the air to look “vibrant” and “exciting.”
Watch out: this may become a series.
How high can a contrabass recorder go?
This quartet is about to find out.
We hear a lot lately about performing arts organizations in limbo. I don’t think this is what they’re all talking about.