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Silent Orchestra was interviewed by Allison Jessing of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Join our mailing list on the “Look Deeper” page! Back in the day, (over 2,000 years ago) King Herod went Gaga over this Lady. 2010 marks the return of Salomé! Saturday, August 7, 2010, 3 – 4:30pm American Art Museum, … Continue reading
In June of 2005 we performed our Salomé score at the Avalon Theater in Washington DC. The show was a huge success and we really enjoyed playing the score we premiered at the National Gallery of Art. A warm thank … Continue reading
French Films at the National Gallery of Art We made our return to the National Gallery of Art in January with two films by Marcel L’Herbier. It was sponsored in part by the French Embassy and culminated in a rousing … 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