Silent Music Revival This SundayJanuary 18, 2013
THe popular Silent Music Revival concert series returns for one night only on Sunday, Jan. 20 at Gallery5.
Silent Music Revival is an event that projects a classic silent film and has live music playing as the film’s new living soundtrack. These new soundtracks develop organically, and are completely improvised. The bands do not watch the films until they perform them the night of the event.
This month’s selection is Maya Deren’s 1943 silent film “Meshes of The Afternoon” with a live musical score by Nelly Kate. The opening film is the 1928 short “Hands: The Life and Loves of the Gentler Sex” with live musical score by Sonic Nectar.
It all takes place at Gallery5 on Sunday, Jan. 20 at 8pm sharp. Get there early. Seats tend to fill up fast.