Dracula Rising: Ghosts of Hollywood Past

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Our Other Events

Date
06/12/20

Time
8 pm

Venue
Old First Concerts

Location
1751 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, California

Date
03/08/20

Time
7 pm

Location
1021 Sanchez Street
San Francisco, California

Date
01/25/20

Time
7 pm

Location
55 Taylor Street
San Francisco, California

Time
7:30 PM
Event Type
Performances
Genre
Classical/Contemporary
Description

Music by Polish and immigrant Hollywood composers of the 40s to the present, including:

--"Deux Pieces" for cello and piano by Oscar nominee Alexandre Tansman ("Paris Underground");

--"Homage to Paderewski" and Film Study #1: Charles by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (over 150 films, including"And Then There Were None"):

--"Invitation" (arr. from the film"Invitation" by Oscar winner Bronislaw Kaper ("Lili" and Mutiny on the Bounty");

--Songs from famous movies by Kaper and Henryk Wars;

--Selected arrangements from Polaski's "Ninth Gate" and Bram Stoker's "Dracula" by Wojciech Kilar;

==Plus, in case you missed E4TT's SRO "Film Noir Project" last spring:  "Duo" by Lennie Moore and "Elegy for David Raksin" by E4TT's own David Garner.

 

Also:Tuesday, Oct. 15, 12 p.m., Cafe Europa (Berkeley), FREE, location TBD and

Thursday, Oct. 31,  7 p.m., Paderewski Festival, Cass Winery, Paso Robles (without the Moore and Garner).

 

Musicians: Nanette McGuinness, soprano, Anne Lerner-Wright, cello, and guest pianist Karen Rosenak.

 

Ensemble Name
Ensemble for These Times
Musicians
Nanette McGuiness, soprano; Anne Lerner-Wright, cello; Karen Rosenak, piano;
Program

--"Deux Pieces" for cello and piano by Oscar nominee Alexandre Tansman ("Paris Underground");

--"Homage to Paderewski" and Film Study #1: Charles by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (over 150 films, including"And Then There Were None"):

--"Invitation" (arr. from the film"Invitation" by Oscar winner Bronislaw Kaper ("Lili" and Mutiny on the Bounty");

--Songs from famous movies by Kaper and Henryk Wars;

--Selected arrangements from Polaski's "Ninth Gate" and Bram Stoker's "Dracula" by Wojciech Kilar;

==Plus, in case you missed E4TT's SRO "Film Noir Project" last spring:  "Duo" by Lennie Moore and "Elegy for David Raksin" by E4TT's own David Garner.


Venue
Berkeley Piano Club
Location
2724 Haste Street
Berkeley, CA