Renowned organist Dorothy Papadakos will take her Greenville audience back in time on Nov. 8.
Papadakos’ specialty is improvising accompaniments to silent movies, as was done in theaters when silent films first emerged in the late 1800s. Next Friday, she will accompany the 1929 film “Phantom of the Opera” at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church as part of the Fisk on Fouth Concert Series presented by East Carolina Musical Arts Education Foundation.
“The exciting thing about this,” said Andrew Scanlon, who is the director of music at St. Paul’s, “is not only that this is a unique experience that you don’t see every day, but you get to see someone compose music right there live in the moment.”
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