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January 20, 2014 Monday

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New River Ensemble: Original Buster Keaton Scores
8:00PM - 10:30PM
Price:  $10 (advance online available)
Eyedrum at C4: 115 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SW Advance Tickets Available at BrownPaperTickets.com

Not So Silent Cinema and the New River Ensemble are excited to be in Atlanta for a program of classic Buster Keaton shorts presented with a live original score composed by Brendan Cooney to provide "a 1920ʼs urban-Americana soundscape that combines ragtime, blues, bluegrass and Klezmer with hot jazz":

Stumbling, falling, tumbling and running from cops, ghosts, trains and electric houses Buster Keaton delivers up the breath-taking stunts and antics that made him one of the greatest figures in early film history.

Not So Silent Cinema brings new scores to these classic films ["The Haunted House" (1921) "The Electric House" (1922) “Cops” (1922), “One Week” (1920)] with rotating casts of musicians. This tour features the New River Ensemble, a genre-stretching chamber music group. New York clarinetist Martha Hyde is a veteran of Broadway, Radio City Music Hall and the Gotham Wind Symphony. Cellist Lisa Liske-Doorandish is an in-demand performer and teacher from the hills of southern Virginia. New York pianist and composer Brendan Cooney is the master-mind behind Not-So-Silent-Cinema. The trio regularly presents chamber music concerts, live film scores and educational workshops.

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Buster Keaton ala New River Ensemble
8:00PM - 10:30PM
Price:  $10 (advance online available)
Eyedrum at C4: 115 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SW Advance Tickets Available at BrownPaperTickets.com

Not So Silent Cinema and the New River Ensemble are excited to be in Atlanta for a program of classic Buster Keaton shorts presented with a live original score composed by Brendan Cooney to provide "a 1920ʼs urban-Americana soundscape that combines ragtime, blues, bluegrass and Klezmer with hot jazz":

Stumbling, falling, tumbling and running from cops, ghosts, trains and electric houses Buster Keaton delivers up the breath-taking stunts and antics that made him one of the greatest figures in early film history.

Not So Silent Cinema brings new scores to these classic films ["The Haunted House" (1921) "The Electric House" (1922) “Cops” (1922), “One Week” (1920)] with rotating casts of musicians. This tour features the New River Ensemble, a genre-stretching chamber music group. New York clarinetist Martha Hyde is a veteran of Broadway, Radio City Music Hall and the Gotham Wind Symphony. Cellist Lisa Liske-Doorandish is an in-demand performer and teacher from the hills of southern Virginia. New York pianist and composer Brendan Cooney is the master-mind behind Not-So-Silent-Cinema. The trio regularly presents chamber music concerts, live film scores and educational workshops.


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