A beautiful, award-winning film about legendary harpsichordist Zuzana Ruzickova, who recalls a life of love, tyranny, and the music that helped her survive and thrive through some of the 20th century's darkest periods. Twice voted Best Documentary
Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater at Symphony Space | Thursday, September 27 at 7:00pm Discussion with Hanna Arie-Gaifman, Director, Tisch Center for the Arts, 92nd Street Y, Frank Vogl, Executive Director and co-founder of Transparency International, and filmmakers Peter and Harriet Getzels to follow
"…A life lived well in music, through persecution to recognition and finally to political freedom – the film is an international story.” - Washington Post
“What an extraordinary documentary and person. So moving and powerful. This is an amazing, brilliant and inspiring film! What a gift Zuzana was to the world, and now with this film, her legacy and life will be forever preserved and shared. " - Sharon Isbin, pre-eminent guitarist and multiple Grammy Award winner. Standard/members: $14.00 plus $5.00 service fee, Senior: $13.00 plus $5.00 service fee, Students (with ID): $12.00 plus $5.00 service fee.