Yann Tiersen @ Kino Šiška, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 03/12/2010
My first concert of a legendary French multi instrumentalist, composer and the author of some fabulous movie soundtracks (e.g. "Good Bye Lenin!" and "Amélie") was great as expected!
I watched the movie "On tour" (Aurélie du Boys, 2006.) some time before the gig, so I knew than Tiersen and his band were more loud and rock-ish than his atmospheric movie music and that proved quite right. This sold out gig meant less than ideal
conditions for shooting in the first rows (no photo pit), but I feel like I did got some good shoots there. Funny thing is, when I look at the images now, I feel that my style of shooting concerts changed in this few years quite a bit - which is a normal thing, I'd say.
Since I never published this images on my website before, I thought that doing just few days before Yann will come back to Ljubljana promoting his new album is a good opportunity to browse to my archive and also publish some of the images never published before!
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