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Silent Orchestra was interviewed by Allison Jessing of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Silent Orchestra returned to AFI Silver for what has become an annual event. The crowds keep growing. After ten years of performing our Nosferatu score in public, it just never gets old for us. We’ve added new music in a … Continue reading
Silent Orchestra returns to AFI Silver with two shows on October 27. This year we are adding some chilling new sounds and some updated arrangements. This film still amazes and inspires us after more than eight years and probably over … Continue reading
This is a beautiful theater and a fantastic room for us. Both shows were even more special thanks to James White (WAMU’s host of All Things Considered) who gave us a powerful and haunting introduction. The AFI Silver screenings of … Continue reading
Murnau Films at the National Gallery of Art October of 2004 was a very busy month for us as we prepared music for screenings of three films by FW Murnau at the National Gallery of Art. The weekend got off … Continue reading
“Well-timed silence hath more eloquence than speech.” – Martin Fraquhar Tupper Nosferatu Sightings We made our debut on cable this past October with at least two screenings of Nosferatu on Turner Classic Movies. The only downside was that Turner forgot … Continue reading
Percussive Arts Society International Convention Remember that annoying guy that sat behind you in sixth grade? You know the one that couldn’t stop playing the drum solo from Wipe Out with his fingers on his desk. Well it turns out … Continue reading