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The Music House’s first Silent film of our series is a Buster Keaton Triple Feature of laughter! These films will be accompanied by Interlochen Arts Academy Staff Pianist, Steve Larson.

Please join us at the Music House Museum on June 21 and 22 at 7:00PM for three classic Buster Keaton Shorts: The Convict", "Neighbors" and "The Haunted House", all accompanied by Interlochen pianist, Steve Larson.

Steve Larson has played in recitals and chamber music festivals throughout the Midwest including the Absolutely Amadeus festival, the Manitou Music Festival and Chamber Music North. As a dance accompanist, Mr. Larson served as company pianist for the Milwaukee Ballet and has played for Minnesota Dance Theater, Alaska Dance Theater, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Ballet Hispanico and others. He has made dance accompaniment CDs for Aquarian Sound and Brio Recordings. His compositions have been performed by violinist Hal Grossman, the Concord Chamber Orchestra, the Interlochen Arts Academy Choir and the Backyard Recorder Consort. His improvisational skills are frequently put to use accompanying silent movies. Mr. Larson is currently organist at Grace Episcopal Church in Traverse City, Michigan.

The Music House Museum’s Silent Film Series is a very popular event. It allows guests to experience silent films as they were originally screened, with live accompaniment. We bring world class musicians to the area who provide the sound track for these classic films. It is a perfect event for the entire family.

Venue Information

7377 US 31 North
Williamsburg, MI 49610
231-938-9300
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Music House Museum


7377 US 31 North,
Williamsburg, MI 49690
(231)938-9300

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