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The Mont Alto Orchestra's schedule of silent films and dances

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EVENT DETAILS

February 13, 2016

Valentine's Dance

Avalon Ballroom
6185 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder

 

Sharon Guli presents a Victorian-through-Ragtime-era ball for dancing at the Avalon! More information soon.

February 25-27, 2016

The Kansas Silent Film Festival

White Auditorium
Topeka, KS

All events free

Mont Alto will be presenting two of our most dramatic scores: The Thief of Bagdad and Beau Geste. The festival also includes many other films performed by many talented musicians from coast to coast, and Rodney Sauer will be playing a piano solo version of the lovely French light comedy Gribiche.

More information on the entire festival at the Kansas Silent Film Festival web site.

March 13, 2016

Tea Dance

Avalon Ballroom
6185 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder

2 - 5 pm •$15 / $10 students / volunteers free!

Tango, onestep, waltz, and foxtrot to the sounds of the Mont Alto Ragtime and Tango Orchestra, with singer Susan Rogers. A free lesson will be given at 1 pm by Jim X. Borzym. The Avalon Ballroom is the largest and most pleasant dance floor in Boulder County, and the music is excellently played and eminently danceable.

April 3, 2016

Four Funny Films

Louisville Arts Center

Grant and Pine

Louisville

 

Rodney Sauer will present four comedy films with live piano accompaniment.

April 10, 2016

Tea Dance

Avalon Ballroom
6185 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder

2 - 5 pm •$15 / $10 students / volunteers free!

Tango, onestep, waltz, and foxtrot to the sounds of the Mont Alto Ragtime and Tango Orchestra, with singer Susan Rogers. A free lesson will be given at 1 pm by Jim X. Borzym. The Avalon Ballroom is the largest and most pleasant dance floor in Boulder County, and the music is excellently played and eminently danceable.

April 27, 2016

Daughter of Dawn

University of Arkansas
Fayetteville

A long-lost feature film with "An all Indian cast, shot in Indian country," Daughter of Dawn (1920) was recently added to the National Film Registry for its cultural importance in presenting a dramatization of Kiowa and Comanche tribes and portraying their way of life.

April 29, 2016

Denver SIlent Film Festival

 

A full weekend of silent films, ranging from epics like Ben Hur and The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse to comedies and romances.