Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Elect The Dead Symphony Screening Dates

Last year, Serj Tankian, along with New Zealand's Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performed a symphonic version of his 2008 release, Elect The Dead. Instead of just having an orchestra back up his songs, Tankian reworked his material for the use of orchestral instruments, alone, and titled the project Elect The Dead Symphony. This performance was captured for a CD/DVD release that will be availiable this March. Before that, Elect The Dead Symphony, will see a small theatrical release in February and early March. Screening dates and information on CD/DVD are posted after the jump.

Elect The Dead Symphony screening dates:
North America:
Portland, OR - The Hollywood, February 19
Indianapolis, IN - Republic Theatres, February 19
Bloomington, IN - The Ryder, February 19 & 20
New Concord, OH - Muskingum University, February 19-21
Iowa City, IA - The Bijou, February 19-21
Providence, RI - The Cable Car, February 20
Seattle, WA - Northwest Film Forum, February 20
San Antonio, TX - Alamo Drafthouse Westlakes, February 21
New York, NY - The Leonard Nimoy Theatre at Symphony Space, February 21
Cambridge, MA - The Coolidge Corner, February 22
Salt Lake City, UT - The Tower, February 26 & 27
Syracuse, NY - The Palace Theatre, March 4
Chicago, IL - Chicago International Music and Movies Festival at Lincoln Hall, March 7

Turin, Italy - Museo Nazionale del Cinema, February 21 & 22

More information about the screenings such as times, additional locations as well as being able to suggest screening locations can be found here.

Elect The Dead Symphony tracklist
01. "Feed Us"
02. "Blue"
03. "Sky Is Over"
04. "Lie Lie Lie"
05. "Money"
06. "Baby"
07. "Gate 21"
08. "The Charade"
09. "Honking Antelope"
10. "Saving Us"
11. "Elect The Dead"
12. "Falling Stars"
13. "Beethoven's C**t"
14. "Empty Walls"

Elect The Dead Symphony is available March 9.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, Serj Tankian is such a great artist and he is always worried about the social and political injustices. I can't imagine how this thing might sound! The nice part is that he did the arrangements himself.