With winter wrapping its cold arms around us once more, thoughts turn to heated rooms, blankets, eggnog and a good film.
Or even better a good film accompanied by a good cinema organ.
On Wednesday December 12th the Grassi Museum for Musical Instruments Cinema Organ will once again be brought to life through the experienced fingers and toes of Uni Leipzig Music Director David Timm this time to accompany “The General”
The General in Buster Keaton’s 1926 silent movie is a locomotive belonging to the Western & Atlantic Railroad – a fact which means the film is full of moving train scenes, chases and the like.
Perfect for a cinema organ.
And with the organ originating from 1931 the sound and images don’t just pass theatrically together but also historically.
What better way could there be to spend a cold December evening?
Kinoorgel live – The General in the Grassi Museum for Musical Instruments on Wednesday December 12th @ 7.30pm
Tickets Euro 10,00 / Concessions Euro 8,00 / Groups of 8 or more, Euro 6,00 per person
Family Ticket (2 Adults. und max. 3 Children) 20,00