The Usher Hall in Edinburgh was transformed last week, looking very colourful as part of the Edinburgh Festival opening.
Harmonium is a choral symphony by John Adams, an American composer, and each movement covers a whole poem by John Donne and (two by) Emily Dickinson. The production involved the projection of light and colour onto the outside facade of the hall, alongside the music itself. It must have been quite a show but nerve-wracking for the organisers hoping the weather stayed good!
Pictures from The Guardian.