Ben-Hur: MGM’s 1925 classic with Stewart Copeland
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
The 1925 film Ben-Hur was the most expensive silent film ever made, with an enormous cast and crew and a visual scope that is breathtaking to this day. Legendary drummer and composer Stewart Copeland (The Police) has edited the classic film and composed an original score for live performance with orchestra. The film will feature Copeland on drum set and percussion along with the incomparable CSO.
Read more about Stewart Copeland and this project in Listen Magazine.
Join us for a preconcert lecture with Stewart Copeland and Richard Kaufman in Grainger Ballroom at 6:30 p.m. Open to all ticket-holders!