The Invincible Czars bring new life (and fresh blood) to the world’s first feature-length silent vampire movie Nosferatu (1922 FW Murnau) with a combined movie / live soundtrack experience that transports audiences back 100 years via an age-old tale accompanied by a by a chilling, tastefully-modern score featuring an impressive blend of traditional acoustic and present-day electric instruments.
Nosferatu has endured for a century inspiring countless vampire films, video games, memes, publications and more. Known for composing eclectic music and consistently performing their live film soundtracks at art house cinemas, colleges and film festivals nationwide, the Czars perform their chilling soundtrack to audiences in the US and Canada.
The live accompaniment experience marries the old-world charm of silent film with a contemporary electricity engaging multi-generational audiences. “With this centennial tour, we wanted to take a fresh look at this enduring piece of cinema,” said Josh Robins, Invincible Czars founder and bandleader. “Live accompaniment is as old as the silent film medium, but then and today, it’s usually a lone pianist or local band improvising or adapting pre-existing material. We spent a year creating this soundtrack and now we’re excited to perform it live.”
$27 At the Door
Minors OK when accompanied by a parent/guardian