Limited Release DVD
Supplies are running out.
Attendees of the October 22nd screening of the film at the Woodruff Arts Center's Rich Theater not only got to see a glorious presentation of the film but were the first to hear a big announcement: A limited release edition of the DVD has been made available for the holiday season!
To address the increasingly urgent wishes of the film's most ardent fans, a small quantity of DVDs are now available exclusively through The Symphony Store at the Woodruff Arts Center. Once this supply is depleted, additional copies will not be available until sometime in the future when the rights to reproduce and sell have been negotiated with a distributing agent.
So don't delay. Get 'em while they're hot - and while they're still available...
Click the image below to watch the film trailer.
Robert Shaw – Man of Many Voices traces the journey of a small town California boy who planned to be a minister like his father, but instead became the greatest conductor of choral music the world has ever known. At the heart of the film is the mystery of Shaw’s genius. With no formal musical training, he achieved a stunning early success in popular music and later became legendary for his interpretations of classical music’s great choral masterpieces.
An early champion of civil rights, Shaw had a mystical belief in the power of community and could communicate his passion for music with spellbinding intensity. As Music Director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in the latter half of the twentieth century, Robert Shaw changed the course of musical history through the many voices he set on fire with an enduring love of music.
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Coming next in 2018:
- The University of New Mexico's Keller Hall in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Tuesday. January 16th and on Thursday, January 18th, both at 7 PM.
- The Lyric Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado on Wednesday January 17th at 6:30 PM.
- The Lincoln Financial Cinema in Concord, New Hampshire on Wednesday, January 24th at 7 PM.
- The Classical Arts Film Festival in Napa Valley, California on Friday, February 9th at 2 PM.
- The San Diego Jewish Film Festival in San Diego, California on Saturday, February 17th at 7 PM and on Sunday, February 18th at 1:30 PM.
- The Old Greenbelt Theatre in Greenbelt, Maryland on Sunday, February 18th at 8 PM and on Monday, February 19th at 1 PM
Do You Shaw?
Tell us how you use Mr. Shaw's techniques and help build an educational tool for new choral singers & conductors.
- Aug 31, 2017 "If you doubt any one person can change the world...."
- Jun 29, 2017 Breckenridge Film Festival. See the film in Colorado!
- Apr 22, 2017 L.A. Beat's Film Review. That Last Paragraph. Wow!
- Apr 13, 2017 One of Three to See at Newport Beach Film Festival
- Apr 13, 2017 TWO MORE AWARDS!
- Feb 8, 2017 “A beautifully well-done film, deeply moving and inspiring”
- Apr 28, 2016 NY Times: "Poignant and Compelling"
The Film Project
This feature length documentary takes an in depth look at Shaw as of one the world’s most beloved classical music icons, from his serendipitous introduction into the world of music, through the many challenges and remarkable successes in his 60-year career.
Read more about the project here.
The Music & Life of Robert Shaw
Robert Shaw conducted some of the most remarkable music performed in the 20th century. Thrust into the limelight from the outset, Shaw achieved critical acclaim within weeks of taking the stage as a professional conductor. Read more about the amazing life of Robert Shaw.
Our goal with this film is to create a documentary that complements and deepens our understanding of Robert Shaw and his many contributions to the world of music. Your contributions can help us achieve that goal and help us tell the story of this remarkable musical icon.