CMC is pleased to be a community partner in co-presenting the film MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS: WHERE NOW IS in the Jewish Film Institute’s inaugural Cinegogue Summer Days event, a 4-day showcase of new Jewish film and culture, virtually and at the drive-in.
The film is available for streaming July 16-19.
On Saturday, July 18 following the suggested 2:30pm start time, there will be a live, virtual Q&A at 4:25pm PST with Michael Tilson Thomas and Peter L. Stein.
More information about the film, how to watch it, and for tickets visit this LINK.
About the Film:
MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS: WHERE NOW IS
In 1970, Michael Tilson Thomas was considered the great young hope of American classical music. Becoming a star overnight when he stepped in mid-concert for the ailing Boston Symphony conductor, the expectations for him were limitless. But free-spirited MTT went his own way and stretched the boundaries of classical music. A winner of eleven Grammy Awards, Tilson Thomas appears on more than 120 recordings, received the National Medal of Arts from President Barack Obama and served as the Music Director for the San Francisco Symphony for over 25 years. Born into a creative Jewish family, Tilson Thomas is the third generation of his family to pursue an artistic career. His grandparents, Boris and Bessie Thomashefsky, were founding members of the Yiddish Theater in America. Oscillating between performance and the personal, Michael Tilson Thomas: Where Now Is offers an intimate look at an exceptional artist who continues to blaze his own trail.
Following the film, there will be a live, virtual Q&A with Peter Stein and Michael Tilson Thomas.