Preston Hollow People Reviews “Our Hospitality”
William Taylor – Preston Hollow People
My young bride and I have experienced old silent movies mixed with modern music before.
We lived several years in Louisiana where Baton Rouge Gallery, operated by the city’s park system, offered a Music and Movies on the Lawn series. The monthly community gatherings provided a fun way to get introduced to early movies and local bands.
The Dallas Chamber Symphony, led by artistic director and conductor Richard McKay, on Oct. 13 provided us with a similar experience, but with a more classic approach and a safe-from-the-weather setting in Dallas art district.
The 13-piece orchestra opened its season by accompanying a screening of Buster Keaton’s 1923 comedy, Our Hospitality.
The delightful combination of classical chamber music mixed with classic cinema inspired a long and enthusiastic standing ovation from an audience that left the Moody Performance Hall still laughing and talking about the exciting and humorous conclusion.
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