Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger
With Live Score
by Bassist Tom Peters
October 23, 2010

Boston Court's Fall Music Series generously sponsored by Elaine Kramer and Al Latham.

Boston Court's Fall Music Series is made possible in part by the Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission and the City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Division.

Bassist Tom Peters Live-Scores Alfred Hitchcock’s silent classic The Lodger. 

London is beset by a series of Jack-the-Ripper-style murders.  The perpetrator calls himself "the Avenger" and has a penchant for  golden-curled girls.

The Lodger is Hitchcock's first thriller.

The Lodger is Hitchcock's first thriller.
London is beset by a series of Jack-the-Ripper-style murders.  The perpetrator calls himself "the Avenger" and has a penchant for  golden-curled girls...
Tom Peters is a composer and performer who is well-known for his interpretations of contemporary music. For the past 4 years, Tom has combined his talents with his love of silent movies by creating original scores through looping electronics, weaving a series of layered loops in the moment to create dense textures that underline the action on the screen.  He has previously presented Der Golem, The Cabinet of Dr. Calagari, and Pandora’s Box in Boston Court’s Marjorie Branson Performance Space.

$10 Students/ $20 General Admission

 

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