It will be a music/film experience you’ll long remember!
‘Hunchback,’ with Live Music, Rocks L.A.
Do you love classic horror films and modern rock operas? Will you be in the Los Angeles area on October 8? Boy do I have a show for you.
Last year, composer/conductor Kevin Saunders Hayes and his musical group Vox Lumina rocked audiences in New York, L.A. and France with their live performances of Hayes new musical score as the silent classic “Metropolis” screened behind them.
Now Hayes and Vox Lumina are back performing an new, live rock score during a special screening of the silent horror classic “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” originally released in 1923 and starring Lon Chaney, the man of a thousand faces.
Vox Lumina is composed of a four-piece rock band with eight vocalists. The musicians include Victoria Levy, Melissa Fahn, Richard Middleton, Leslie Soultanian, Joel Alpers, Dan Lutz, Jeff Miley, Gabriel Previtera, Nicolas Gruter, Rob Trow, John Hendricks and Jim McCurdy.
The special, music/film performance will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 8th at The Temple Bar, located at 1026 Wilshire Blvd (@11th Street) in Santa Monica, California. Admission is $5 at the door and no reservations are required.
If you haven’t gotten out of the house recently, and are looking for a good excuse, take in this show. It will be a music/film experience you’ll long remember!