Sydney Symphony Orchestra Fellowship Plays Music Inspired by 'Suspiria' at the Golden Age Bar
Since its release in 1977, the Italian cult Suspiria has become a firm favourite, adored by film critics and movie buffs alike. Known for its unsettling themes, distinctive set design and intense use of colour, giallo maestro Dario Argento's film leaves a lasting impression on all who view it.
Golden Age will be presenting the original version of Suspiria in all its red-and-pink-hued glory, paired with a sublime and chilling live musical performance.
Before the screening, a string quartet from members of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra Fellowship program will perform music inspired by this cult classic and other works that conjure images of the unknown.
Golden Age Cinema and Bar cordially invite horror fans and music lovers with a taste for high drama to join them for classic cocktails, sophisticated strings and an uncensored screening of one of the most devilish films ever made.
Located in the underground screening room of the former Paramount Pictures building, Golden Age Cinema and Bar has been casting a spell over Sydney since 2013 with a fresh take on curating and socialising and brings together exclusive titles, classics, cults, creepies and the best new releases of the year, providing an intimate and inclusive social experience like no other.
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