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March 23-28 2021

Broken Orchestra (12 min)

March 24, 2021
8:30 PM
 CT
Broken Orchestra (12 min)

When the Philadelphia public-school system began losing almost all the funding for its music- education programs in 2007, hundreds of instruments in need of repair were left for dead, and community members moved to action. With this film we are introduced to a few of the innovators, educators, volunteers, advocates, and musicians behind Symphony for a Broken Orchestra, a music and art project begun in 2017 that raised awareness for the issue, helping to get those broken instruments back into Philadelphia students' hands. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Music and Movement," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

Symphony for a Broken Orchestra was originally created and commissioned by Temple

Contemporary at Temple University, USA. Original support for Symphony for a Broken

Orchestra was provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Philadelphia.

America/Chicago
March 24, 2021
https://www.thinline.us
March 26, 2021
4:30 PM
 CT
Broken Orchestra (12 min)

When the Philadelphia public-school system began losing almost all the funding for its music- education programs in 2007, hundreds of instruments in need of repair were left for dead, and community members moved to action. With this film we are introduced to a few of the innovators, educators, volunteers, advocates, and musicians behind Symphony for a Broken Orchestra, a music and art project begun in 2017 that raised awareness for the issue, helping to get those broken instruments back into Philadelphia students' hands. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Music and Movement," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

Symphony for a Broken Orchestra was originally created and commissioned by Temple

Contemporary at Temple University, USA. Original support for Symphony for a Broken

Orchestra was provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Philadelphia.

America/Chicago
March 24, 2021
https://www.thinline.us

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Charlie Tyrell is a Canadian film director. He is most noted for his short documentary film My Dead Dad's Porno Tapes, which won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Short Documentary at the 7th Canadian Screen Awards. Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Tyrell studied film at Ryerson University.

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When the Philadelphia public-school system began losing almost all the funding for its music- education programs in 2007, hundreds of instruments in need of repair were left for dead, and community members moved to action. With this film we are introduced to a few of the innovators, educators, volunteers, advocates, and musicians behind Symphony for a Broken Orchestra, a music and art project begun in 2017 that raised awareness for the issue, helping to get those broken instruments back into Philadelphia students' hands. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Music and Movement," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

Symphony for a Broken Orchestra was originally created and commissioned by Temple

Contemporary at Temple University, USA. Original support for Symphony for a Broken

Orchestra was provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Philadelphia.

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