Diseny's avant-garde classic comes to new life on screen
Throughout history, there have been but a handful of groundbreaking films where the soundtrack has become inextricably linked to the cinematic achievement of the film itself. There is perhaps no greater example of this marriage than Walt Disney’s 1940 masterpiece, “Fantasia.”
Conductor Leopold Stokowski originally conducted several pieces of “Fantasia.” One hundred years after Stokowski’s first season with the Philadelphia Orchestra, acclaimed conductor Yannik Nezet-Seguin now leads the company.
The event screening will include a newly recorded behind-the-scenes look from the orchestra’s rehearsals, including a selection of pieces from the animated film.
Come experience the grandeur of one the Disney classics once again (or for the first time). It’s worth it.
Sunday, Nov. 8, 2 p.m.
Carmike East Ridge 18
5080 S. Terrace