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Soundtracks – Movie Night

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Princeton Public Library

The Red Violin ImageThe PSO goes to the movies with the upcoming Soundtracks presentation featuring the award-winning film The Red Violin at the Princeton Public Library. Directed by François Girard and released in 1999, the movie centers on an antique red-colored violin which inspires passion as its passes through owners, time, and place. Actor Samuel L. Jackson portrays the character of Charles Morritz, a violin expert who seeks to authenticate and assign a value to the violin.

Violinist Joshua Bell served as music consultant and soloist for the film’s soundtracks. The film’s composer John Corigliano received the 2000 Oscar for Best Music, Original Score.

130 min., Rated R

Soundtracks is free and open to the public; popcorn and beverages will be served. Soundtracks is made possible this season through the support of VelocIT.

VelocIT company logo in black and bright green