Join us for our Jazz Evensong & Communion service on March 11th, and continuing every Sunday night at 5:30pm throughout Lent. Come out for beautiful music, fellowship and reflection, featuring neighborhood musicians!
4pm Doors, 4:30 pre-show
Fritz Lang’s influential German science-fiction silent film will be brought to life through an electro-acoustic soundtrack composed and performed live by award-winning flutist, composer, and educator Yael Acher “KAT” Modiano.
Ms. Modiano, who creates her entire score through flute and special effects, has performed at Lincoln Center, The High Line, Jewish Heritage Museum, and the Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival in Israel. Her work has been described as “spell binding, action packed and deeply original” and “sophisticated multi-tracks and electronics [creating] glinting, spooky ‘audio images’.” She created the original score through a grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in 2014.
Click the links below for clips of the movie with Ms. Modiano’s soundtrack.
METROPOLIS & Modiano soundtrack: Maria/Rotwag in catacombs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWxCr3EvVh8&feature=youtu.be
METROPOLIS + Modiano soundtrack: Club/Dance Scene and Babylon Dark Prophecy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P48E7V7Kj6o&feature=youtu.be
SYNOPSIS: Metropolis presents a highly stylized futuristic city where a beautiful and cultured utopia exists above a bleak underworld populated by mistreated workers. When the privileged youth Freder (Gustav Fröhlich) discovers the grim scene under the city, he becomes intent on helping the workers. He befriends the rebellious teacher Maria (Brigitte Helm), but this puts him at odds with his authoritative father, leading to greater conflict.
DOR- March 13, 1927
Stars- Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel, Gustav Fröhlich
Director- Fritz Lang
Screenwriter- Thea von Harbou, Thea von Harbou
Length- 2 hours, 28 minutes
The 2010 version will be screened on DCP.
Film Restoration: Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Striftung, Wiesbaden jointly with Deutsche Kinemathek Museum für Film und Fernsehen, Berlin in Co-operation with Museo del Cine Pablo C. Ducros Hicken, Buenos Aires in 2010.
Simone Song Properties,
860 West 181 #43
Hudson Heights, New York City
2 Bed/1 Bath
About this property: Enter this lovely 2BR/1BA apartment and find yourself in its cozy, comfortable, living room, which is adjacent to a large, windowed eat-in kitchen. There is a spacious, renovated, windowed bathroom and two bright, ample bedrooms — one which has a double-exposure to let in lots of light!
Located on West 181st Street, in the center of Hudson Heights, the building is conveniently located among restaurants and cafes, a popular Pilates studio, grocery stores and dry cleaners. Transportation is extremely accessible as the building is two blocks from the “A” Express Subway and both the #98 and #4 buses — all of which takes residents to midtown Manhattan within 20 minutes. The building is walking distance to the George Washington Bus Terminal, located on 178th Street. Several blocks north is tranquil Ft. Tryon Park with its many beautiful gardens and a superb restaurant.
Come see this affordable, spacious home for yourself! There is an assessment of $86.65 per month through December 2017 for the newly renovated lobby and upgraded building heating control.
Amenities and Features
Laundry in Building
24-Hour Camera Security System
Storage Units Available
Live-In Superintendent and Porter