Lincoln Center Cancels Golijov Talk

Classic Arts News   Lincoln Center Cancels Golijov Talk
A discussion of film music on February 22 at Lincoln Center featuring composer Osvaldo Golijov has been canceled because of scheduling conflicts, the center announced.

The talk was also to include Gustavo Santaolalla, the composer of the scores for Amores perros, 21 Grams, Brokeback Mountain, Collateral, and other films. Richard Peê±a, the program director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, was to moderate.

Golijov, best known for La Pasi‹n seg‹n San Marcos, wrote the score for Sally Potter's 2000 film The Man Who Cried, and is currently writing music for an upcoming Francis Ford Coppola film.

Tickets holders will be contacted with information about exchanging or donating their tickets or receiving refunds. They may also call 212-875-5456 for more information.

The talk, titled "Hearing Images," was to be the final event in Lincoln Center's month-long Golijov festival.

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