Hello all. This is my first post here, and I have a specific question. I am going on a trip to NYC with a University Symphonic band, and I am now the official photographer. The guy who does this for a living, is no longer coming. Now, I consider myself a pretty good photographer. I do graphic design for a living, and took a couple photography classes in college. I mostly do outdoor shots, football games, etc. However, I am a bit nervous about being the photographer for their Carnegie Hall performance. Mostly because I do not like doing indoor photos. They do not allow flashes, and they said I will be about 80-100 ft back from the stage, and I am also only allowed to take pictures between songs (I have a Nikon D50, and don't think there is any way to make it completely silent, and thats the only way I'd be able to take pictures during a performance.) Has anyone ever been inside Carnegie Hall? Even better, has anyone ever had a chance to shoot inside it? Any help or advice would be great.