SFSO FILM WATCH PARTY | "FATE" SATURDAY, MAY 23 AT 8PM ON FACEBOOK In Part 2 of Christopher Nupen’s film series on Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky, called “Fate”, the focus shifts to Tchaikovsky’s extraordinary relationship with Nadezhda von Meck, the most important in his life after his mother; as well as his increasing concern with the idea of fate as a controlling influence in his own life and as a motivating force in his later symphonies. What he did not know, despite all his concern and forebodings, was that fate would overtake him, at the age of 53, more tragically than even Tchaikovsky could have foreseen. What’s so compelling about Nupen’s films is that they do not use actors to represent the composer, but are made entirely of Tchaikovsky’s own words and music, plus the words of a few of his closest companions. ALSO COMING UP: Thursday, May 21 | 4PM on Facebook + 6PM on YouTube Livestream Concert with Catherine Lan and Tao Lin, piano See the full list of May Intermission Music Series virtual content here FACEBOOK | SOUTH FLORIDA SYMPHONY South Florida Symphony Orchestra 954.522.8445 | firstname.lastname@example.org You have received this email because you have subscribed to our mailing list. To ensure delivery to your inbox (not junk folders), please add email@example.com to your address book or safe list. No longer want to receive these emails? Unsubscribe. South Florida Symphony Orchestra | 2201 Wilton Drive Suite 201 Wilton Manors, FL 33305.
Start Time: 8:00 PM
Start Date: 05-23-2020
End Date: 05-23-2020
Venue: South Florida Symphony Orchestra
Location: Online Event Key West FL 33040