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The Art of Conducting 2010

The Art of Conducting 2010

Maestros in full flight are unwittingly entertaining, as Chris Christodoulou's photos show

Prom 32: Matthias Bamert with the European Union Youth OrchestraAll photographs © Chris Christodoulou

Chris Christodoulou has been honing his focus on conductors in past Proms seasons to wonderful effect, but this year has produced a galaxy of master portraits that outdoes even the immortal cartoons of Gerard Hoffnung in entertainment value. We’ve featured many of them throughout our reviews of two months of Proms. Here Chris makes his selection of favourites. Click on a picture to enter the slideshow. All pictures © Chris Christodoulou. 

Who but a photographer would imagine that it's the conductors who provide the greatest visual entertainment?

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These are just wonderful; I've never seen the like. My congratulations to Mr. Christodoulou and to you for putting them up.

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