March 01, 2013 at 6:00pm
Friday, March 1, 2013
Join other symposium attendees and symposium presenters for an Opening Reception with hors d’oeuvres, drinks, and a welcome from Symposium organizer Molly Sasse, conductor Robert Bernhardt, and Artistic Advisor George S. Clinton.
These Amazing Shadows screening
These Amazing Shadows is award-winning documentary about the history and importance of The National Film Registry, a roll call of American cinema treasures that reflects the diversity of film, and indeed the American experience itself.
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Peter Golub presentation - Musical Choices
Mr. Golub shows samples of his own work and describes the choices he makes when composing for film.
George S. Clinton presentation - Where does the music come from?
Mr. Clinton discusses his process of composing for film showing examples of his own work.
Panel discussion - Music and Film: The Creative Process
Join Peter Golub, George S. Clinton and Don Davis for a panel discussion moderated by Doreen Ringer Ross. Through a roundtable type discussion and Q&A with the audience, the panel will cover a wide range of topics dealing with the art of composing for film.
Lunch and Edmond Stone presentation - A History of Music in the Movies
Edmund Stone, host of the syndicated public radio program, The Score, gives an overview of film music history including classic movie clips from the 1940s to the present. A question and answer period will let you discuss your favorites too.
The Matrix Live Open Rehearsal
Take a seat as Conductor Don Davis rehearses with the CSO's musicians for the evening performance of The Matrix. This behind the scenes look will reveal how a conductor works with a symphony orchestra on musical performance and the precision timing required to accompany a film.
The Matrix Live with the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera
THE MATRIX LIVE brings the Oscar-winning film to the concert hall. This live film concert combines visionary science fiction imagery with the sound of a large symphonic orchestra.
Sunday, March 2, 2013
Hooray for Hollywood Open Rehearsal
Take a seat as George S. Clinton, Peter Golub and CSO Music Director Emeritus Robert Bernhardt rehearse with the CSO for the afternoon performance of Hooray for Hollywood.
Hooray for Hollywood with the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera
Hooray for Hollywood mirrors the Boston Pops format in presenting amazing film music in three parts with two intermissions.
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