ARTS Pick: The Free Bridge Quintet

The Free Bridge Quintet will add music to the dark surrealism of F.W. Murnau’s iconic adaptation of Faust at Old Cabell Hall on Saturday. Photo: Publicity photo The Free Bridge Quintet will add music to the dark surrealism of F.W. Murnau’s iconic adaptation of Faust at Old Cabell Hall on Saturday. Photo: Publicity photo

When trumpet genius John D’earth isn’t playing his weekly gig at Miller’s (Thursdays) or monthly set at Fellini’s (first Saturdays), he’s performing with The Free Bridge Quintet, UVA’s official faculty jazz outfit. This week he’s doing it all—and in conjunction with the Virginia Film Festival, Free Bridge will play D’earth’s original score to accompany the screening of the 1926 silent film, Faust.

Saturday 11/7. $5-15, 8pm. Old Cabell Hall, UVA. 924-3376.

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