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Paul Bielatowicz's NOSFERATU Live

Thursday, October 31, 2024

Show | 8:00PM // Doors | 7:30PM

$25 to $39.5

Type: Concerts

Paul Bielatowicz’s Nosferatu Live is a multimedia musical experience that breathes new life into the iconic 1922 silent horror film.

Bielatowicz, an English accomplished composer and musician, has recorded and toured with some of the biggest names in progressive rock including Carl Palmer, Dream Theater, Yes, and more. Paul describes himself as "a classical pianist trapped in a rock guitarist’s body" and pours his passion for music into the dizzying array of instruments he plays on stage. The live event will exhilarate audiences as he is joined on stage by Michael Dutko (Gary Hoey) on bass and Leah Bluestein (Eagles of Death Metal) on drums. The mesmerizing multimedia production is further enhanced with virtual all-star guest appearances on three video screens including: Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater); Arthur Brown (Crazy World of Arthur Brown); Dave Bainbridge (Strawbs, Iona); Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (Guns ‘n Roses, Sons of Apollo, Asia); Peter Zay (New Bedford Symphony Orchestra); and Simon Fitzpatrick (ELP Legacy, Jennifer Batten).

This unique show features a live band performance of the full score played in sync with the movie, plus two additional LED screens for multimedia onstage guest performances from some of the biggest names in classic and progressive rock. Don’t miss this Halloween event featuring live music, classic horror and some of the biggest names in progressive rock.

About The MovIe:

A little over 100 years ago, Nosferatu, an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula, was released. It was the very first vampire film and one of the first horror films ever made. Stoker's heirs sued over the adaptation, and a court ruling ordered all copies of the film to be destroyed. However, several prints of the film survived, and it came to be regarded as an influential masterpiece of cinema and the horror genre. The movie was banned in Sweden until 1972 due to excessive horror.

The original score was composed by Hans Erdmann and performed by an orchestra at the film's Berlin premiere. However, most of the score has been lost, and what remains is only a partial adapted suite. Therefore, throughout the history of Nosferatu screenings, many composers and musicians have written or improvised their own soundtrack to accompany the film.

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