The Cabinet of Dr. Caligary on Friday 2nd November 2018
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari represents the birth of horror on screen, a German expressionist masterpiece born of terrible experiences of the Trenches, a wild and experimental journey with a new score by The Cabinet of Living Cinema, first performed at LSO St. Luke's, now brought to the awe inspiring environs of St. Peter's Church, resting place of Mary Shelley, whose novel inspired many aspects of German expressionist cinema in the 1920s including Nosferatu, Calgary and Metropolis. The Cabinet perform on harp, guitar, viola, clarinet, percussion, vocals and live FX to bring a darkly atmospheric, but also lively and comical take on the film score inspired by Hans Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, balkan and klezmer music and tonight with special guest (BSO) on lead violin.
Music Genres: Acoustic
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