Wind, percussion, and brass instruments evoke the early days of the silver screen, including music from silent films and Ben-Hur
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At the Movies!
The Talent: the 70+ woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists of the Metropolitan Wind Symphony, which has been serenading the Greater Boston area with pristine music for 44 years
The Program: a spirited collection of music from the early days of the silver screen, including two pieces that will be accompanied by clips of Ben-Hur and Laurel and Hardy’s Double Whoopie
Highlights: the world premiere of Richard Marriott’s Central Park Suite and an opening performance of Paul Hart’s Cartoon, which evokes the days of hand-drawn animation with playful, romping instrumentation