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Architecture+Design Film Festival: The Maestro and the Master: Building the New Mariinsky

Wed, Apr 13 / 7 pm
Directed by Yosif Feyginberg
2014, Canada, 60 min
English & Russian w/ English subtitles

Introduced by Alexander Mickelthwate, WSO Musical Director

Contractual obstacles and uncertainties, government bureaucracy, tricky soil conditions and a site adjacent to the Kryukov Canal, conspire to make a tough job all the more difficult. But the architect and conductor have shared interests and sensibilities, and work together to accomplish a great work of civic architecture. The film captures the excitement and suspense of any major international construction project, with many candid moments of conviction and compromise revealing the dilemma of attempting architectural work for every member to the team.

Sponsored by JR Wagner Architect

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Reviews

With gorgeous St. Petersburg, Russia as the backdrop, the film charts the many twists and turns to complete a massive opera/ballet house in time for the opening.
— DSAI
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