All My Life Is Buried Here

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Last event: Thursday 4 July 2019 at 6pm
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Followed by Q&A with director Stewart Morgan Hajdukiewicz & George Butterworth biographer Anthony Murphy.

Director: Stewart Morgan Hajdukiewicz

The remarkable story of British composer George Butterworth (1885 – 1916), his music, life and times.

Drawing on newly uncovered archival treasures, including the letters and memoirs of those who knew him best, All My Life Is Buried Here is the compelling account of a pioneering British composer, musician, folk song collector and dancer cut down in his prime on the battlefield of the Somme. 

The film features Butterworth’s best known orchestral works and song settings courtesy of classic performances under conductor (and friend of Butterworth) Sir Adrian Boult, and exclusive new live performances by leading vocalist Roderick Williams. 

Certificate:

Suitable for all

Duration

Approx 97 mins

Time details

No adverts or trailers before the screening

Languages:

English

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