WE BELIEVE OUR FILM HAS THE POWER TO HELP BREAK MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT THE WORLD OF CLASSICAL MUSIC, BUT DON'T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT...

At a recent screening of over 300 students, we surveyed a sample study of 100 individuals. The results were astounding. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being that 'They Loved it,' 67% of viewers rated the film greater than 8 and 41% rated it a 10; 83% responded they were more likely to attend a classical music concert after watching the film. Most importantly, this sample study was almost entirely comprised of individuals who have never been to a classical concert.

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:

  1. You sponsor a school by purchasing a classroom edition DVD for a discounted price of $99. 

  2. We send you a Limited Edition autographed 2-Disc DVD set (either blu-ray or SD) for FREE 

  3. If the school of your choice is already sponsored we will send it to a school on our growing donation list.  

  4. This deal is limited to 1,000 units on a first come, first serve basis.  The first 100 orders will be autographed by maestro jarvi 

  5. DVDs will be shipped in late April.  

"I was thrilled to be an audience member at the Arlington Philharmonic's screening of the film, Maestro. The film captured some of the most meaningful elements of the professional world that has been my driving passion from a young age. David Donnelly and Maestro Järvi go a long way toward building a bridge of accessibility to classical music for those who may have felt alienated, or worse, unwelcome in the past. This very personal window on the passion, intensity, and dedication of one of the world's finest musicians left me feeling proud, inspired to further cultivate new generations of musicians, and deeply grateful that this film's message will reach so many people who otherwise may never have been exposed to the profound joy and power of classical music." 
- a DC area professional musician
"The movie was both engaging and enlightening.  It clearly shows the highs and lows of the classical music world while giving viewers a new appreciation for the musicians.  Our students gave it a standing ovation and many felt that it should be required viewing."  
- Michele Monigold, Music Director, Jackson High School
"For the first time I can remember in a documentary we see classical musicians portrayed on the big screen as rock stars.  Revealing the discipline, fortitude, and training required to pursue your dreams and achieve mastery is an important, inspiring lesson for everyone."  
- Chicago area music teacher