The Phantom of the Opera (1925)

You won’t forget the moment the organ strikes up, accompanying the opening credits, commencing a perfect harmony between voice and organ in a semi-improvised score which accents the macabre undertones of the film.

A short interval allows the audience to recover from the horrifying climax of the film, before being once again hurtled into the spellbinding story. The fast-paced second act begins, culminating in the enthralling final scenes. After taking their bows, Rosie and Aaron conclude the evening with a short encore of themed pieces reimagined with organ accompaniment; the entire experience being the highlight of dinner table conversation for weeks to come!


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