shining



Venues/Hosts:

Switzerland

Zurich International School
Glarus English Club
Solothurn Choir

Germany

Bamberg
Wurzberg
Kressberg- Templehof Community

Austria

Linz, Ursulinen Kirche
Linz, Moviemento

Scotland

University of Aberdeen
Forres, Findhorn Community

Wales
Cardiff, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama

South Africa

Johannesburg, Mozart Festival
Port Elizabeth, Centre for Self Awareness

Poland
Poznan

Denmark
Copenhagen, Danish Film Festival
Koldin, Nicolai Biograf & Café
Odense, University of Southern Denmark

Canada
Victoria, BC- Shivon Robinsong/Denis Donnelly
Coquitlam, Coastal Music Academy
Petersborough, Ontario- Reframe Film Festival

England

London, David Wordsworth & Addison Singers
Empire Theater, Leicester Square
Cambridge, Arts Picture House Theater
Bristol, Big Green Film Festival
Oakhurst- Oakhurst School

U.S.A.
Palm Springs, CA- American Documentary Festival
Los Angeles, CA- University of Southern California
KCET-Link TV Public Television broadcast
Culver City, CA- Gate Theater Within
Carmel, CA- Carmel Art & Film Festival
San Francisco, CA- Brava Theater/Volti
San Rafael, CA- Smith Rafael Theaterl
Sonoma, CA- Sonoma Bach/Summerfield Theater
Nevada City, CA- Nevada Theater
Napa, CA- Choral Society
Walla Walla, WA- Whitman College
Ashland, OR- Southern Oregon University
Portland, OR- Oregon Film Festival
Portland, OR- First Unitarian Church
Portland, OR- Reel Music Film Festival
Eugene, OR- International Film Festival
Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake Choral Artists
Albuqerque, NM- Alb.Film & Media Experience
Scottsdale, AZ- Phoenix Chorale
Denton, TX- Thin Line Film Festival
Dallas, TX- ACDA Film Festival/Dallas Art Museum
Minneapolis, MN- Chorus America Conference
Palatine, IL- Countryside Church Unitarian
Aurora, IL- Southern Illinois University
Cincinnati, OH- Cincinnati Film Festival
Middletown, CT- Greater Middletown Chorale
Doylestown, PA- Joseph Ohrt
New York, NY- Distinguished Concerts Intl.
Washington, DC- DC Independent Film Festival
St. Petersburg, FL Pinellas Center for the Arts
Winter Park, FL- Bach Festival




Responses from Film Hosts:


"...a life-changing experience for my choirs and our audience. Stillwater has captured the essence of Lauridsen's genius in a film that reminds us of what defines beauty...sure to inspire a generation of choral musicians and audiences alike."
-Derek Weston
Music Educator and Conductor



"The screening was absolutely fantastic, the choir performance outstanding and the film very well received...a highlight of the festival!"
-Nicol Matt, Conductor
Mozart Festival, Johannesburg, South Africa



"Volti's screening of Shining Night was a wonderful event, a shared experience that brought our audience closer to the process of creating music and thus closer to us. We feel that seeing it together made us a stronger and more connected community. It was a very special night that people will be talking about for a long time to come."
-Barbara Heroux, Executive Director
Volti 'Singing Without A Net'
San Francisco, California



"Fabulous! We were thrilled by Shining Night,
taking us to a world we had never been before. What a treat to get to know Lauridsen with his elegant music and simple life style. After the show, 60 singers from two choirs took the stage. It was fantastic! Bringing your film to our community was one of our most satisfying pleasures."

-Mike and Barbara Getz
Nevada Theater Film Series
Nevada City, California



"The Greater Middletown Chorale was extremely pleased to present the Connecticut premiere of Shining Night, and greatly appreciates your generosity and support- the poster, the trailer, web site support and letters of encouragement.

As I watched the film's magic sweep over the rapt audience in Wesleyan University's Memorial Chapel, I was struck with the effect of the film's power and beauty. Following the screening was silence, then the lights came on and the room burst into applause and rose in standing ovation. The crowd was so transformed that strangers were speaking and even hugging! It was as if goodness had spilled down from the screen over everyone."

-Joyce Kirkpatrick
Greater Middletown Chorale, CT



"The film was a wonderful insight into the man.
While it at first seemed daunting to follow the vocal performances in the film, the immediacy of a live performance really created the total emotional experience of the beauty of his music. Many came forward and said the entire experience was so moving and brought tears to their eyes."
-Jane Primrose
'Music In The Mountains' Singer
Board Member, Nevada Theater, Nevada City, California

 

Recording of Lauridsen's Madrigali
by Paul Mealor & Con Anima in St. Mary's Chapel,
a 15th century Scottish church
Scene from the film, Shining Night

Choral Directors, Event Planners and Theater Owners

Host a screening of 'Shining Night' with or without live choral performance, with or without admission charge. View 'Message to Choral Directors' to answer questions you may have about screening this film.


Message to Choral Directors
(please pause auto-music player above when viewing)



Register Your Screening Event (Without Admission):

Screen Shining Night for your choir, club, retreat, congregation or other group with no attendance cost, ticket or donation collected.

For these types of screenings, we ask a $100 (US) donation to Song Without Borders (a project of Living Bridges/Green Hospice) via PayPal link or by check (see address below)

When making your donation, in the section on the web page marked 'add special instructions to the seller', please indicate the donation is for screening Shining Night without admission cost. Account name is Green Hospice, aka Living Bridges.





Register Your Screening Event (With Admission):

Screen Shining Night as a special event, part of a choral festival, in a theater, etc. Admission fee is up to you. We offer two methods for determining screening fee:

A) Before Event- $2 per seat or anticipated audience size.
Example: You anticipate 300 people in a 500 seat auditorium. Your advance screening fee is $600 (300x $2)

B) After Event- $3 per seat, actual audience number.
Example: You anticipate an audience of 100 in a 150 seat auditorium. However, the actual attendance is 75. Thus your post-screening fee is $225 (75 x $3)

• Determine which approach fits best for you and your group
• Pay screening fee depending on your chosen method
• Pay to Song Without Borders (a project of Living Bridges/Green Hospice).
• Use this PayPal button or send check (see address below).

When paying your screening fee, in the section on the web page marked 'add special instructions to the seller', please indicate the money is for a screening of Shining Night with admission. Account name is Green Hospice, aka Living Bridges.

 


Order Your Screening Copy

DVD may be ordered from Inner Harmony Online.

Blu-ray is recommended for highest visual and audio quality, if your projection system is designed to use it. To order Blu-ray, a $40 payment is asked ($35 disk plus $5 S&H). Please include your shipping address and planned date of screening.


or send check to

Song Without Borders
c/o Living Bridges
369 Montezuma Avenue #521
Santa Fe, New Mexico USA 87501

Important: When sending a check, also email your planned screening date
and Blu-ray shipping address. Thank you!

 

For further information and event support
(film poster, ordering DVDs at bulk rate for re-selling or gifts, etc.)
contact: info@songwithoutborders.net
or call 503-746-8687


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