All American Symphony (1985) is a triptych created by Robert Cenedella. Each panel was meant to be painted as part of the triptych, yet each one stands alone as their own piece of art. From left to right, the titles of each panel are: Symphony 6, Symphony 7, and Symphony 8, all of which were painted in 1985.
A classical music fan, Cenedella created a series of paintings depicting evening's out at music hall's listening to the philharmonic orchestra in unique ways. Each one shows the audience, the conductor, and the orchestra in different ways mixing reality with Fantasia'esque moments.