Carnegie Hall Voice's of Hope - SNEAK PREVIEW - LOS HERMANOS/THE BROTHERS

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Carnegie Hall Voices of Hope Festival SNEAK PREVIEW - LOS HERMANOS/ THE BROTHERS

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Q&A Following With

  • Film Directors, Marcia Jarmel & Ken Schneider
  • Violinist, Ilmar Gavilan
  • Pianist/Composer, Aldo López- Gavilán
  • Moderated by Lara Downes, trailblazing pianist and NPR host

Registration required to join the event.

Co-Presented by PatchWorks Films, The Sphinx Organization, and First Run Features.

"The compelling tale of a family disrupted by geopolitics." - Peter Keough, The Boston Globe

"Expertly crafted and beautifully paced, like a great piece of music." - Joshua Bell, violinist

Virtuoso Afro-Cuban-born brothers— American violinist Ilmar and Cuban pianist Aldo—live on opposite sides of a geopolitical chasm a half-century wide. LOS HERMANOS/THE BROTHERS tracks their parallel lives, poignant reunion, and electrifying first performances across the U.S., in a nuanced, often startling view of estranged nations through the lens of music and family.

WATCH THE TRAILER: www.hermanosbrothersfilm.info

Featuring a genre-bending score, composed by Cuban Aldo López-Gavilán, performed with his American brother, Ilmar, and with guest appearances by maestro Joshua Bell and the Grammy-winning Harlem Quartet.

Best Documentary (winner) - Woodstock Film Festival

Best Music Documentary (nominee) - International Documentary Association.

PatchWorks Films is excited to share this story and will host a live Q&A with the musicians and special guests on Zoom.

This event is only open to guests in the US and Canada.

For more information about the film and music, visit: www.hermanosbrothersfilm.info.

You will receive a link to join the screening prior to the event.

Hope to see you there!


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With 20+ years experience, PatchWorks Films focuses their work on intimate stories that invoke complicated questions about family, faith, and identity. Their 5 award-winning features and numerous shorts have broadcast worldwide and screened at festivals, schools, organizations, and community venues, facilitating complicated community conversations, enriching curriculum, and sometimes impacting legislation. Previous films include: Speaking in Tongues, Havana Curveball, The Return of Sarah’s Daughters, Born in the U.S.A. and many short films.

See trailers and read about our films at: www.patchworksfilms.net.

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