Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

Peter Richard Conte - Organ

program

NON-ORCHESTRA WORK (SOLO) - Nosferatu, with improvised organ accompaniment

NON-ORCHESTRA WORK (SOLO) - Organ solo work TBC

Friday, October 28, 2016

9:30 pm Verizon Hall

Deemed one of the greatest horror movies of all time, Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror is a terrifying classic silent film from 1922 that set the standard for modern day vampire myths. Peter Richard Conte and the magnificent Fred J. Cooper Memorial Organ brings to life the creepy spine-tingling tail of Orlok, a count from Transylvania who is believed to be a blood-sucking vampire. Don't miss the chance to see, hear, and feel the haunting film that inspired dozens of Dracula stories. 

"It's not just a great horror movie. It's a poem of horror, a symphony of dread, a film so rapt, mysterious and weirdly lovely it haunts the mind long after it's over." – Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune
This performance was made possible in part by the Wyncote Foundation.
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