Boston Concert Hall To Let The Sunshine In

“Daylight will cascade into [Boston’s] Symphony Hall this fall for the first time for audiences since the 1940s, splashing from 14 half-moon windows that had been covered since the air raid scares of World War II… The work is part of an $800,000 lighting project that will also illuminate the 16 statues of Demosthenes and other Greek luminaries that stand sentry over the ornate, 62-foot-high hall.”