Here's a little about the historic silent movie and my score. We loved playing at The Grand Cinema in Tacoma, West Seattle's Kenyon Hall, and Vashon Island's Havurah in recent months.
It was a silent film fairy tale fiesta as we toured the East Coast in late February. My latest score for the 1916 silent SNOW WHITE is written for harp and viola, and this charming film features a very endearing Marguerite Clark in one of her few surviving performances. Plus dancing ladies and dwarves and the hilariously foppish Sir Dandiprat!
Wednesday, 2/23, Bantam Cinema, Litchfield CT
"The performance was enchanting, and people were very happy that they attended, asking when we would do something similar. The film provided much-needed comic relief, and musicians Leslie and Barbara were a delight to work with." - Executive Director Robert Kwalick
Thursday, 2/24, Jane Pickens Theatre, Newport RI
"As a lifelong Disneyphile, I had a tremendous experience, finally seeing the very film that influenced Disney so much, and hearing the excellent live musical accompaniment by Leslie and Barbara McMichael. Thanks again for a delightful evening."
- Audience member & animator Pell Osborn
Friday, 2/25, Somerville Theatre, Somerville MA
"Thank YOU so much for your performance, and for bringing this to our attention - it was fabulous."
- Creative Director Ian Judge
And Wendy, Peter and the Lost Boys, Tinker Bell and Captain Hook flew to Vermont for a special live score performance at Epsilon Spires.
Saturday, 2/26, Epsilon Spires, Brattleboro VT
"It was a spellbinding celebration of the imagination for all ages to enjoy."
- Director Jamie Mohr