Photographer David Leventi captures the interiors of famous opera houses from the vantage of an operatic singer from the very center of the stage.
He is not only inspired by but holds a great emotional connection with his work. Being the son of two architects and the grandson of a cantor trained after World War II, Leventi aims to photograph the spaces where his grandfather wasn’t able to perform.
His photographs feature each detailed architectural element and capture enticing views invisible to the naked eye, he successfully captures the intimate history of every performance hall.
He is represented by international galleries and will be exhibiting his work “David Leventi: Opera” on May 7 in New York City, and his first monograph is to be released this spring.