We’re excited to return to Cornell’s magnificent non-denominational Sage Chapel, designed by Cornell's first professor of architecture in 1875, for two more not-to-be-missed FREE events this fall, including another Halloween Organ Extravaganza with Dennis James (& Mark Goldstein on electronic instruments), and a rare screening of the classic witchcraft silent, Häxan, presented with a live, original score by New York City–based new music collective TRANSIT (featuring Cornell DMA candidate David Friend).

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is cosponsored with the Dept of Music, the Wharton Studio Museum and the Cornell Council on the Arts (CCA). Häxan is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Surrealism and Magic at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.  The screening is cosponsored with the CCA, Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival, French Studies Program, Department of Music, and the Wharton Studio Museum.

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