Eastman East Wing and Festival Week Photos

East Wing Facade

Doug Lowry

Standing on the stairs in Wolk Atrium, Dean Douglas Lowry welcomes the community to the new East Wing.

View of Hatch Recital Hall from the stage into the audience.

View of Hatch Recital Hall from the stage into the audience.

Looking down on Hatch Recital Hall from the balcony.

Looking down on Hatch Recital Hall from the balcony.

British cellist Steven Isserlis instructs Jamie Clark during a master class for Eastman students.

British cellist Steven Isserlis instructs Jamie Clark during a master class for Eastman students.

American pianist Jeremy Denk conducts a master class for Eastman students.

American pianist Jeremy Denk conducts a master class for Eastman students.

The Grand Opening Dedication Concert featured the Eastman Wind Ensemble under conductor Mark Davis Scatterday.

The Grand Opening Dedication Concert featured the Eastman Wind Ensemble under conductor Mark Davis Scatterday.

Conductor Neil Varon led the Eastman Philharmonia for the Grand Opening Dedication Concert for the Eastman East Wing.

Conductor Neil Varon led the Eastman Philharmonia for the Grand Opening Dedication Concert for the Eastman East Wing.

The DownBeat award-winning Eastman New Jazz Ensemble is featured during Festival Week.

The DownBeat award-winning Eastman New Jazz Ensemble is featured during Festival Week.

The Restless Bones played Bach’s “Toccata and Fugue” during the Eastman Chamber Music Marathon in Hatch Recital Hall.

The Restless Bones played Bach’s “Toccata and Fugue” during the Eastman Chamber Music Marathon in Hatch Recital Hall.

The nine-hour Eastman Chamber Music Marathon featured works for string, brass, and wind groups, among others.

The nine-hour Eastman Chamber Music Marathon featured works for string, brass, and wind groups, among others.

The new rehearsal hall is big enough for large orchestral ensembles.

The new rehearsal hall is big enough for large orchestral ensembles.

Wolk Atrium, showing the Dale Chihuly glass sculpture titled “Blue and Gold Chandelier”

Wolk Atrium, showing the Dale Chihuly glass sculpture titled “Blue and Gold Chandelier”