Saturday March 24th at 8 pm at the San Francisco Community Music Center
Playing Piano for Silent Movies
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in A DOG’S LIFE (1919)
Bruce Loeb will present an introduction to the art of the silent film and the essential role that live musical accompaniment plays in making the silent cinema an enjoyable experience for an audience. His program will include a screening of A DOG’S LIFE. This is the first film that Charlie Chaplin made in his own studio in 1919 and runs at 40 minutes.