What: In Search of Mozart by Phil Grabsky (2006, 128 min)
Who: Phil Grabsky
When: Fri, Sep 28 at 7:30 pm; Sat, Sep 29 at 4 & 7:30 pm; Sun, Sep
30 at 4 pm
Where: YBCA screening room
701 Mission Street, San Francisco CA 94103
Public Info: 415.978.2787 or http://www.ybca.org
$8 reg; $6 students, teachers, seniors and youth;$6 YBCA members
Mozart at Yerba Buena? What’s up with that? Despite the elitist stigma that hovers over classical music, it’s important to understand the Mozart was deeply liberal and progressive in his life and art. He was way, way ahead of his time. If Mozart were alive today, he might choose to live in San Francisco—where his ideas would be recognized and embraced.
In Search of Mozart is by far the most comprehensive film ever made about this genius. He is brought to life by an awesome array of stories, excerpts from letters, present-day locales and fascinating commentary. And, most importantly, the film is seamlessly interwoven with the music, with selections from over 70 works.
“A far more accurate, complete and endearingly human portrait of Mozart than any documentary has ever painted.” –Chicago Tribune
Official Website: http://www.ybca.org
Added by nglnd_lzbth on September 10, 2007