Directed by Peter Miller and Pamela Roberts. With Yo-Yo Ma, William Preucil, Jimmy Carter, et al. This new film explores the life and legacy of the late, great choral conductor Robert Shaw, who was born 100 years ago and served as the Cleveland Orchestra’s associate conductor under George Szell before becoming music director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Kiki Wilson, the film’s executive producer and co-writer, will answer questions after the screening. Ohio premiere! (USA, 2016, color, Blu-ray, 71 min.)
Special admission $10; CMA members, seniors 65 & over, students $8; no vouchers or passes.