Christchurch Symphony Orchestra Flying South Movie music ticket offer closes Wed May 3rd

Chisnallwood orchestra members and music students are invited to attend next week’s CSO’s 50 minute performance of Flying South, complete with composer and movie! 

Due to our CSO ambassador scheme, Chisnallwood orchestra members and music students are invited to attend next week’s CSO’s 50 minute performance of Flying South, complete with composer and movie for free!

Free Chisnallwood student tickets (as well as paid extras) are available by registering here:

http://chisnallwoodmusic.org.nz/cso-may-10/

Please note this offer closes Wed 5th so be in quick.

The concert is 

Discover the Music

Christchurch Symphony Orchestra

Charles Luney Auditorium, St Margaret’s College, 12 Winchester Street, Christchurch

Wednesday 10 May 2017 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Have you ever wondered how a composer writes for film, what methods they use, what their inspiration is, what part the director plays?
New Zealand born, Los Angeles based composer Mark Smythe writes for film, concert and media scores and has a deep understanding of the power of music to support a story and instil a mood in audiences. In this 2017 season of Discover the Music, Smythe will share some insights into the process of composing for the recently produced travel film Flying South which features the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra’s recording of his score.
In this 50 minute fascinating exploration into the world of film composition, the orchestra will perform Smythe’s scenic score whilst the audience gets the opportunity to watch Flying South on the screen.

By Judith Bell