Team Edward or Team Jacob?
Does he juggle, too?
One look at the design for this CD, and the color drained from his face.
The submitter asks: “Is she playing Debussy or Ravel, by any chance???”
Cue a whole-tone scale, or the music for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe…
The email submitting this photograph read:
Sure, this guy has an impressive biography and discography…but where are his pants? Surely he can afford them. Is he cupping something more than just the bell of his clarinet?
Finally, Awkward Classical Music Photos meets Awkward Family Photos.
You know, even though they’re all stuck under the piano, they look happy. Except for the one who’s actually in focus.
The reader who submitted this admitted to being one of the people in the photo. The picture was taken for a flyer for an “alternative opera-cabaret-burlesque show.” And it wasn’t Photoshopped.
Yeah, this probably isn’t classical, but some things are too awkward not to share.
Next up: do the limbo.
This requires no comment.
Keep reaching. Your hands are almost there.
The subject of the photos has written in to say:
Could you please credit me, the performer, Rachel Cama (and yes, I’m also a yoga teacher).
And also, can you credit the photographer:Becky OehlersMany thanks…it was a very enjoyable photoshoot and not awkward, for me, at all.
That’s not quite what they meant by “col legno”…
AND, you’re standing in my light.
If not a feather, perhaps was it an earthquake that knocked them over? A hurricane? Tornado?
And what are we supposed to think of that leg wrap-around? Gentlemen, care to explain?
Sometimes, we’re just left without words.
Two different people have sent this one in.
Cloud computing, yes. But cloud string quartets?
The Arte of Miss-ing the Mark.
The startled look on his face. The undone bowtie. And the wedding ring.
The leggings. The shoes. The pose. What?
Or is that what those two guys are toasting to?
Also, I want to see a fountain spraying out of the saxophone.
Thank to @leahkardos for this photo.
Save her! Don’t let her faint and fall into the lake!
Points for playfulness, demerits for incoherence. What exactly is the bass clarinetist, particular, doing?