On June 10th the lucky folks in Southern California will have the opportunity to spend an evening enjoying music from “Dexter” composer Daniel Licht featuring Rolfe Kent with a special guest introduction by Dexter Morgan himself, Michael C. Hall.
From the Press Release:
The night will be a celebration of the macabre when film composer Daniel Licht (pictured) performs selections from his original music for “Dexter” using a musical palette of classical orchestrations combined with unusual sound elements. This will be a special performance on Sunday, June 10, 2012, at Largo at the Coronet located at 366 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90048. The show will begin at 8:00 PM.
Licht creates the score for “Dexter” by blending the sound of wine glasses, duct tap, surgical tools, metal saws, and scalpels with bone percussion instruments, word rhythm instruments, and traditional instruments played in conventional and unconventional ways; all of these elements will be incorporated into the performance.
The concert will be introduced by award-winning actor Michael C. Hall (“Dexter”). Also featured will be “Dexter” main title composer Rolfe Kent with performances of his iconic theme and other scores. Other highlights include the premiere of Daniel Licht’s music from the Silent Hill: Book of Memories video game, performed by the Silent Hill series’ vocalist Mary Elizabeth McGlynn. The concert will also feature surprise guest performances.
Click here to purchase tickets directly from Largo at the Coronet.
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