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What: SPITE MARRIAGE 1929, 76 mins. Dirs. Buster Keaton, Edward Sedgwick.
Where: Bruno Walter Auditorium at NYPL for the Performing Arts (Manhattan, NYC)
What: THREE WORD BRAND 1921, 66 mins. Dir. Lambert Hillyer.
Where: The Chapel at Green-Wood (Brooklyn, NYC)
Admission: $60 for members of Green-Wood and BHS/$65 for non-members
On June 8th, Silent Sundays at the Revue Cinema in Toronto invited me to play for Buster Keaton’s THE NAVIGATOR. It was my first time accompanying this film, and my very first time playing in Canada!! :) Continue reading
What: THE NAVIGATOR (1924, 59 mins.) Dir. Donald Crisp & Buster Keaton
Where: Revue Cinema (Toronto, Canada)
What: STEAMBOAT BILL, JR. 1928, 70 mins. Dir. Buster Keaton.
Where: Brooklyn Public Library – Dweck Center at Central Library
What: SHERLOCK, JR. 1924, 44 mins. Dir. Buster Keaton.
Where: Museum of the Moving Image (Astoria, Queens)
This week marks a personal milestone in my career as a silent film pianist. Until this week, I haven’t played for any of Buster Keaton films – but this week finally I will play for it, and not only one but two – SHERLOCK, JR. on October 4 and STEAMBOAT BILL, JR. on October 6. I am very excited about it – and the fact that October 4 is in fact Buster’s Birthday is really “the cherry on top of the cake”. :) Continue reading