Music Hall then and now

Then:  This week, the May Festival provided me with the the 360 photo that was taken for posterity on the final night of the season, May 28, just before demo began. See if you can find yourself by moving your cursor around the photo: http://360around.com/panos/mayfest-tour/mayfest.html

Now:  You may have seen The Enquirer’s update of Music Hall’s construction project last week. I’ve included more of my own photos below.

The acoustical towers, aka “the china cabinets,” are covered in plastic
Looking into the north carriageway, which will house mechanical equipment and more restrooms
What’s left of the escalator going up to the Gallery level.
Corbett Tower: With the drop ceiling gone, you can see the floor to ceiling windows overlooking Washington Park, and a stenciling pattern in the ceiling.
View of the stage in Springer Auditorium
The new, third orchestra pit that will house the third lift, as well as chair storage when it is being used by the orchestra.
Springer Auditorium and excavators digging the pit for the third orchestra lift.
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