Chaplin’s silent comic masterpieces with live music for violin and piano

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  • Date:
    Friday 20 Oct 2017
  • Time:
    7:30 PM


Matthew Trusler violin
Ashley Wass piano

Celebrating 100 years since the creation of Chaplin's comic masterpieces The Mutual Comedies, this evening of film and music explores the work of one of  the twentieth century's greatest cultural icons. Screenings of memorable scenes from The Immigrant, The Adventure and Modern Times will be accompanied by specially-curated live soundtracks including music by Fritz Kreisler, George Gershwin and Monti's famous Czardas, performed by star violinist Matthew Trusler and pianist Ashley Wass. Lively and informative stories link the show together, illustrated with projected images and movies.

6.30pm pre-concert talk with the artists

Photo: Simon Ham Photography

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