VCS Radio Symphony -- August 12, 13, and 14, 2019 at 7:00pm -- Brenden Theatres
If you haven't seen a Buster Keaten film, this is the one to start your adventure with one of the most excellent filmmaker comics in history.
This film has it all! Love, betrayal, and redemption, are all rolled up into some of the most inventive comic stunts on the big screen. Filmed in the Sacramento delta waters in 1928, Keaton stuns audiences with tumbling buildings and death-defying visuals that'll keep you at the edge of your seat!
"...some of the best moments in movie history… wildly inventive, increasingly audacious stunts." ---Steven D. Greydanus, Decent Films Guide
What's even more exciting is that the film will be accompanied LIVE by The VCS Radio Symphony, renown for their groundbreaking film performances. These aspiring artists have produced over 20 major film projects as well as score restorations, orchestrations, and compositions.
VCS alumnus, Evan Losoya is composing the brilliant new musical score.
VCS RADIO SYMPHONY SCORES THE LOST WORLD Thursday, March 14 at 7:30 pm - Empress theater - 330 Virginia St, Vallejo, CA. This Thursday, the VCS Radio Symphony students will score the original 1925 epic film, THE LOST WORLD by special effects master, Willis O'Brien (KING KONG). This epic film is shown courtesy of the brilliant and painstaking search, restoration and support of Lobster Films, Flicker Alley Films, as well as such organizations as UCLA and the Acadamy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. THE LOST WORLD has been restored with its' missing footage believed lost forever!
Jazz Band to produce their next album at the legendary Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, California in May!
The sounds of the iconic Star Wars Saga came from the minds of George Lukas and his company nestled in a country ranch surrounded by vineyards and yes, Lake Ewok!!
With the closing of Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, it was a struggle finding a new recording home large enough for our growing ensemble. The only other west-coast studio with the facilities we need is Capitol Records in Hollywood, a wonderful place where the kids have worked before, but scheduling crunches and transportation concerns were looming.
It was quite a weekend! After teaching my Saturday classes, I met up with a VCS family in Sacramento to help them shop for an artist-level trumpet for their son. This is a special time, especially for the young artist…