CAP UCLA presents: A Thousand Thoughts: A Live Documentary by Sam Green and Kronos Quartet

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Written and directed by Sam Green and Joe Bini

Series tickets now available through CAP UCLA
Individual tickets on sale Monday, July 16
Doors at 7pm

“[Sundance] hit the jackpot this year with a film/performance combination called A Thousand Thoughts... It's as magical an amalgamation as anything you can imagine.”Los Angeles Times

Oscar-nominated filmmakers Sam Green and Joe Bini have teamed up with Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet for a wildly creative multimedia performance piece that blends live music and narration with archival footage and filmed interviews with such prominent artists as Philip Glass, Tanya Tagaq, Steve Reich, Wu Man and Terry Riley. As Green tells the multi-decade and continent-spanning story of the groundbreaking string quartet, Kronos revisits its extensive body of work, performing music by George Crumb, Aleksandra Vrebalov and many others. Together on stage, Green and Kronos interact with the stirring cinematic imagery on screen to craft an important record and exploration of late 20th– and early 21st–century music. Transcending the typical live music and film event, this collaboration quickly becomes a meditation on music itself – the act of listening to it closely, the experience of feeling it deeply, and the power that it has to change the world. —Sundance Festival

This project is funded in part by Susan & Leonard Nimoy and the Good Works Foundation in support of the CAP UCLA Artists’ Fellowship Program.

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  • 8PM–Friday, December 07
  • Doors at 7pm
  • $26-$56

Written and directed by Sam Green and Joe Bini

Series tickets now available through CAP UCLA
Individual tickets on sale Monday, July 16
Doors at 7pm

“[Sundance] hit the jackpot this year with a film/performance combination called A Thousand Thoughts... It's as magical an amalgamation as anything you can imagine.”Los Angeles Times

Oscar-nominated filmmakers Sam Green and Joe Bini have teamed up with Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet for a wildly creative multimedia performance piece that blends live music and narration with archival footage and filmed interviews with such prominent artists as Philip Glass, Tanya Tagaq, Steve Reich, Wu Man and Terry Riley. As Green tells the multi-decade and continent-spanning story of the groundbreaking string quartet, Kronos revisits its extensive body of work, performing music by George Crumb, Aleksandra Vrebalov and many others. Together on stage, Green and Kronos interact with the stirring cinematic imagery on screen to craft an important record and exploration of late 20th– and early 21st–century music. Transcending the typical live music and film event, this collaboration quickly becomes a meditation on music itself – the act of listening to it closely, the experience of feeling it deeply, and the power that it has to change the world. —Sundance Festival

This project is funded in part by Susan & Leonard Nimoy and the Good Works Foundation in support of the CAP UCLA Artists’ Fellowship Program.

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