Join us at the beautiful CHB Municipal theatre for Buster Keaton's :The General" a classic silent movie, which will be accompanied by International Musician Chris Hainsworth.
We encourage all those with Vintage Cars to bring them along for the night as there is plenty of parking available. After the show why not take a stroll through the main streets of one of NZ's oldest towns, Waipawa and dine in any of it's country eateries. Waipawa Museum is also a must for those looking for something to do before the show starts!
Chris Hainsworth grew up in Wellington, learning the organ from Ernest Jamieson and Maxwell Fernie and studying languages and music at Victoria University before heading for Toulouse to complete his doctorate.
Chris also studied organ with Jean Ferrard in Brussels. He taught for 15 years at Waikato University and another 15 at the Beziers Conservatoire in the south of France before devoting himself entirely to performance (solo, chamber orchestral) on organ, fortepiano and harpsichord, mainly in Europe, the United States and Australasia.
Formerly director of music at Hamilton Cathedral, director of the Beziers Conservatoire and associate professor of music at Waikato University, he is now organist “titulaire” of the Cathedral of Beziers.
For more information contact the Organiser, Angela Annear, Travel Broker, 0272811306
Doors Open: 4.00pm
Movie Starts: 4.30pm
Sunday 18 February, 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Restrictions: All Ages
Art Deco Festival Members Pre-Sale $30.00
General Admission - Adult $30.00
General Admission - Child Children aged 5-12 years - Must be accompanied by an adult $0.00
Central Hawke's Bay Municipal Theatre, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay
18 Kenilworth Street, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay
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