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KUHF Presents a Silent Film Concert at Discovery Green

Join us again as KUHF Houston Public Radio presents the next event in our FREE Silent Film Concert featuring a screening of the 1925 film Phantom of the Opera with a live soundtrack composed and performed by Austin's Golden Arm Trio. Please bring a blanket or chair and join us on the lawn at downtown's Discovery Green on Friday, November 14 at 7:30 pm to enjoy this unique film and live music presentation.

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About Golden Arm Trio

Reynolds is a composer, bandleader, pianist and drummer based in Austin, Texas who works constantly in theater, dance, film, concert halls, and nightclubs. His compositions include five symphonies, two operas, a violin concerto, a full length ballet, a work for children’s choir, more than a dozen one movement string quartets and countless chamber music pieces. FILM scores include five feature films, dozens of short films, animated shorts, and more than 20 silent films. Film collaborators have included Richard Linklater, Steve Collins and Luke Savisky. PERFORMANCE highlights include a live appearance on NPR’s Talk of the Nation and a night at the Kennedy Center. COMPOSITIONS by Graham Reynolds Include five symphonies, two operas, a violin concerto, more than a dozen one movement string quartets, and countless chamber music pieces. THEATER ranging from recorded incidental music to fully scored musicals with live accompaniment on more than a dozen productions. Graham is the resident composer with Salvage Vanguard Theater and a company member with the Rude Mechs.  DANCE collaborators have included choreographers Yakov Sharir, Ellen Bartel, Andrea Ariel, and most recently a commission from Ballet Austin to create the score for the 2008 premiere, Cult of Color: Call to Color. More at: http://www.myspace.com/thegoldenarmtrio

Silent Film Concert Schedule

October 3, 2008 at 7:30pm

Nosferatu (1922, Dir. F.W. Marnau)

Music by Golden Arm Trio 

 

November 14, 2008 at 7:30pm

Phantom of the Opera (1925, Dir. Rupert Julian)

Music by Golden Arm Trio