See the Music: A Sneak Peek at ‘Soundbreaking,’ the New PBS Doc Series
November 02, 2016
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It might be easier to name the American and British popular music stars who don’t appear in Soundbreaking, the eight-part documentary series premiering Monday, November 14, on PBS. Whether through original interviews or rare archival materials, the series—directed and produced by Maro Chermayeff, chair of MFA Social Documentary Film at SVA, and Jeff Dupre, her partner at Show of Force, their production company—presents dozens, if not hundreds, of the producers, writers and performers who have shaped the history of what the series′ creator, the late, famed Beatles producer George Martin, called “100 years of recorded sound.”

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Tomorrow, MFA Social Documentary Film and MFA Visual Narrative will present “See the Music: The Evolution of Music and Video”—an advance screening of Soundbreaking‘’

“See the Music: The Evolution of Music and Video” will take place Thursday, November 3, 7:00 - 9:00pm, at the 3rd-floor amphitheater at 209 East 23rd Street. This event is free and open to the public but seating is limited and registration recommended. Click here to RSVP and for more details.

A version of this article appears in the fall 2016 issue of the Visual Arts Journal.