Filmed in the 1920’s, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is called one of the greatest horror movies of the silent era. Don’t miss the spectacular Cameron Carpenter as he accompanies this silent chiller on the thundering Ruffatti organ. Nothing says “Halloween” like melodrama, murder, mayhem, and a wild plot twist at the film’s end! Costumes Welcome!
Side and Center Terrace seats not available.
Concert length is approximately 2 hours.
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Cameron Carpenter, "bad boy of the organ" on CBS Sunday Morning
Cameraman's Revenge, 1912, by Ladislaw Starewicz
"Spend 2 1/2 hours in the presence of Cameron Carpenter, and the phrase "pulling out all the stops" will no longer seem a mere metaphor." Read the full review on SFGate.com.
"[Carpenter] produced orchestral effects from dreamy chimes to screeching insanity as the phantom gradually emerges from just a shadow to in-your-face unmasking." Read the full review of last year's Halloween film presentation, Phantom of the Opera, on SFExaminer.com.
Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 7:00pm
Davies Symphony Hall
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