The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra is doing its first out-of-town performance, playing their new score to Battleship Potemkin (1925), at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. No pressure!
The 10-piece orchestra and five composer/conductors are joined by their professor and fellow Potemkin composer, Sheldon Mirowitz, a crack film projection team from the American Film Institute, and Berklee Film Scoring Chair Dan Carlin, who will introduce the performance.
You can see and hear the musicians work their magic from the orchestra pit, starting at 6:00 pm Eastern time on Friday, and anytime after the show, at this URL
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