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Dallas Chamber Symphony Debuts Film Score Series Nov. 13, 2012
Harold Lloyd’s classic comedy, A Sailor-Made Man (1921) will be set to a live, orchestral accompaniment and newly-commissioned score by Brian Satterwhite. American composers John Adams, Michael Torke will also be featured at inaugural event.
“We are all very excited to introduce this truly unique fine arts experience to Dallas, and the City Performance Hall is acoustically and technically the ideal location to host a live-to-film musical performance,”
The debut film score program begins with the contemporary and virtuosic music of American composer, John Adams, in his frenetic and entertaining Chamber Symphony. Next, Michael Torke’s Adjustable Wrench will be featured as a stellar example of the procedural, yet evocative cinematic sounds of American minimalist music. These pieces, when paired with Brian Satterwhite’
The event will be held on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at City Performance Hall (2520 Flora Street, Dallas, Texas 75201). It will begin at 6:30 p.m. with an informal pre-concert conversation with Guest-Film-Composer, Brian Satterwhite. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Individual tickets are available for $34-$59 each. Season subscriptions are also available. For event information or to purchase tickets visit www.dallaschambersymphony.org or call (214) 880-0202. Tickets may also be purchased in the City Performance Hall lobby the evening of the concert starting at 6 p.m. Students with a valid school ID may purchase tickets for $15 at the door starting at 6:30 p.m. Chaperones can get one free ticket for elementary and middle school students per regular adult admission purchase.
ABOUT DALLAS CHAMBER SYMPHONY
Launched in September 2012, the Dallas Chamber Symphony is the newest and most exciting professional performance ensemble in North Texas. Led by Artistic Director and Conductor Richard McKay, it is comprised of close to 40 of the finest musicians in the Metroplex, all dedicated to building a chamber orchestra that performs a distinctive balance of programs that include underrepresented and standard repertory, as well as high-quality concerts of contemporary music, staged works, and pieces with extra-musical elements, such as film, actors, dancers, and narrators. The DCS performs at the world-class, state-of-the-