Movies with Music

There’s a push these days in the arts to be multi-genre, or to be experimental in venue, at the very least. Which is to say that concert venues host art exhibitions, and sometimes movie theaters host classical music events. Sometimes this doesn’t make sense; sometimes it’s incredibly apropos. Like with the next event hosted by the Arts Incubator of Richardson, which collaborates with the Alamo Drafthouse (501 W. Belt Line Rd. #14) to host a screening of Amadeus. This compelling film version of Mozart’s life told through the eyes of his rival. This screening is paired with a conversation between moderator Chris Tucker and Joshua Habermann, the Chorus Director of the Dallas Symphony Chorus, the official vocal ensemble of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. It all starts at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The event is free, reservations can be made at drafthouse.com/dfw.
Wed., April 8, 7 p.m., 2015
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Lauren Smart
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