Saturday, March 23rd | 7:30pm
Orpheum Theatre | MAP
*World premiere of a new score by Andrew Downing to accompany the 1922 silent film, Nosferatu.*
With some of the most iconic imagery in film, we bring Nosferatu to the Orpheum stage with a newly imagined score for choir and small ensemble by Andrew Downing. After bringing to life Phantom of the Opera in our 15/16 season, Mr. Downing returns with a new vision for this classic from film history that was nearly destroyed. Created in 1922, Nosferatu tells the story of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, here known as Count Orlof. Our talented musicians will perform a new soundtrack as the silent film is projected live on stage at the Orpheum Theatre.
One cannot have light without darkness, and Nosferatu’s life is shadowed in perpetual night, while all must search for the light internally and externally to overcome his presence.
*join us for a pre-concert talk at 6:45*
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Vancouver Bach Choir conducted by Leslie Dala with:
Cameron Wilson | Violin
François Houle | Clarinet
Ingrid Chiang | Bassoon
Brad Turner | Trumpet
Jeremy Berkman | Trombone
Andrew Downing | Bass
Chris Gestrin | Keyboards