CLASSICAL PHOTOGRAPHY by Jess Isaiah Levin, Raleigh, NC
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December 6, 2010
Adopt a "Symphony" Kitten!
North Carolina Symphony French hornists Rachel Niketopoulos and Chris Caudill rescued a dozen adorable kittens abandoned in their neighborhood, and have been loving foster parents. They are seeking permanent homes for their charges. In an effort to help, I spent a short time photographing the kittens and some of the musicians who plan to adopt a cat.
In silhouette...I wonder where I'll settle down and live...
Chris ponders a kitten in the bell of his horn, while it ponders...who knows what.
A "tuxedo" kitten with Rachel in concert black:
Kittens are curious, and love to play. Although playing an instrument is beyond their grasp, they'll still reach:
A kitten quartet favored me by posing.
Quite at home in the horn bell, at least for a little while!
This kitten trio strikes me as more of a jazz loving group. With apologies to the Coasters and Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, I'll refer to them as "Three Cool Cats":
These kittens are at home with woodwind and strings as well as brass!
"I deserve a good home!"
Read more about the kittens and the musicians on the web site of
Here's a video to the sound of the Coasters:
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