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The screening of a classic black-and-white silent film with live improvised accompaniment by Jason Roberts, organist, has become an annual tradition on the Bruce Porter Memorial Music Series.
The organist, Lance Luce, gets more than consideration at Little Caesars Arena.
Born February 23rd, 1934 in Lake City, Florida, Joanna was a graduate of the University of Florida, a long-time church organist, a retired Orange County employee, and an author.
His debut album, Timeless, is particularly renowned, featuring synth/organist Jan Hammer (of Mahavishnu Orchestra and Miami Vice soundtrack fame) and Miles Davis and Keith Jarrett collaborator Jack DeJohnette on drums.
His father, Ralph Winslow, was the director of music in the public schools in Albany, N.Y., and his mother, Anna, was a pianist and church organist.
Andy Quiroga is haunting as Simon Stimpson, an alcoholic choir director and organist, and Steve Gladstone as undertaker Joe Stoddard represents the strongest connection between the living and the dead.
French organist/composer Jean-Baptiste Robin teams up with French trumpeter Romain Leleu.
All of this, to ensure that air gets to the right place when an organist presses a key.
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