Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck star in this gripping film noir classic. It’s a race against time to get away with the perfect crime in this suspenseful masterpiece that was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture. (1944, 108 minutes)
He traveled the globe, intent on fully absorbing each musical tradition he encountered. Today, German-born guitarist and songwriter Ottmar Liebert continues the musical journey with his band Luna Negra, as they perform at the historic Napa Valley Opera House.
John Pizzarelli is a world-renowned jazz guitarist and singer, commended by The Boston Globe for “reinvigorating the Great American Songbook and re-popularizing jazz” after a smash success with the Boston Pops. With stylistic nods to performers from Gershwin to Lennon & McCartney, Pizzarelli brings a cool jazz flavor to his brilliant guitar playing and singing.
One of the creamiest of all of Alfred Hitchcock's films, To Catch a Thief is pure pleasure: Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, the French Riviera, champagne, fireworks and cat burglary. (1955, 106 minutes)
Rockapella has become one of the world’s most sophisticated, lasting and imitated vocal groups around today. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more influential group out there in this new era of network television a cappella shows like NBC’s The Sing-Off, movies like Pitch Perfect, and innumerable college vocal groups that own the corner of cool on campuses everywhere.
Since the early ’90s when they first achieved national television fame on PBS’s Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?, Rockapella has toured the globe and provided a funky powerful soundtrack to several generations of vocal music fans, while keeping it all fresh along the way. With buckets of catchy original pop songs, and complete contemporary revisions of sparkling Motown, pop and soul classics, this group has always been the one to watch. ”Often imitated – never duplicated” applies here. Now they’re better than ever!
As one of the progenitors of the astonishing full-band sound of “contemporary” a cappella, Rockapella has shown every audience the raw power of pure vocal talent and originality. “There’s nothing between us and the audience – it’s very human music – with nothing missing,” says Rockapella’s human beatbox Jeff Thacher. No instruments, no tracks, no mirrors…but never lame.
Outstanding young performers ages 6-14 from all across the North Bay will sing great songs from musical theatre in competition for prizes! Who will be the next Greatest FUTURE Star?