A Silent Film Screening with Live Music
What: Carnegie in Concert Presents: J. M. Barrie’s “PETER PAN” with Leslie McMichael, Harpist. A Silent Film Screening with Live Music
When: Thursday, May 17, 2012 | 7:30pm
Where: The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center | 1028 Scott Boulevard | Covington, KY 41011
Cost: Tickets to Carnegie in Concert performances are available at The Carnegie Box Office, open Tuesday through Friday 12pm – 5pm, online at www.thecarnegie.com, or by phone at (859) 957-1940.
$19 Single Tickets
$16 Carnegie, WVXU Perks and Enjoy the Arts Members, Students
Description: On Thursday, May 17 at 7:30pm, the 2011-12 Carnegie in Concert season continues with a screening of the silent film version of J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan,” presented with live music. Attendees are invited to soar to Neverland with Peter Pan and the Darling children as Seattle area harpist Leslie McMichael unfurls her lush and enchanting original score to the 1924 silent film release. Magnificently restored after having been lost for generations, “Peter Pan” is a cinematic gem and a spellbinding musical adventure for all boys and girls and those who never grew up. Additional information is available at http://www.thecarnegie.com. Carnegie in Concert is sponsored by The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation.
About The Carnegie: The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center is a multidisciplinary arts venue serving the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati community. Over the course of the past ten years The Carnegie has “morphed” from a grassroots gallery with an education component into an all-inclusive arts organization offering professional theatre, art exhibitions showcasing the best of local and regional artists, and a comprehensive arts education program.
The Carnegie is home to the Carnegie Galleries, comprised of more than 6,000 square feet of gallery space where emerging and established artists exhibit in multiple shows throughout the year; the Eva G. Farris Education Center, which provides arts education to thousands of children, many of whom are at or below the poverty level; and the newly renovated 465-seat Otto M. Budig Theatre, which offers an affordable theatre space for local, up-and coming and established production companies and is home to The Carnegie’s Theatre and Concert Series. The Carnegie is the largest arts venue in Northern Kentucky.
The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center receives ongoing operating support from ArtsWave, Kenton County Fiscal Courts, the Kentucky Arts Council and the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. / US Bank Foundation.