Mysterious sonorities from the European and Ottoman past, alongside contemporary classics Penderecky and Vasks set the mood for a projection of Jean Epsetein’s 1928 silent film The Fall of the House of Usher after Edgar Allen Poe with live soundtrack composed by Charlie Barber based on sketches by Debussy.
Saturday | 16 Nov 2019
A team of young souls tired of the aridity of fun happenings, started to play with the local interest of millennials for art and culture and after three editions of Amural, a video-mapping and visual art festival, the same team establishes the first creative space of the city of Brașov. Visssual is not just an abandoned factory, it’s a space for artists, makers, freelancers and the local community. A space for events, debates, creativity, experiments, production and learning. In other words: a space for dreaming and happening!
and other Ottoman composers
Jean Epstein’s 1928 silent film
The Fall of the House of Usher
with live soundtrack by
based on sketches of
Maja Bogdanović | cello
Alexandros Koustas | viola & kemençe
Vlad Maistorovici | violin
Daniel Rowland | violin
Erzsébet Seleljo | saxophone
At this edition the tickets can be purchased at the entrance on the day of the event, the price of a ticket is 33 lei.
For Sinestezia events there is free entrance within the available places.