Real-Life Secret Agent's Story in New WWII Biopic Enemy of the Reich
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Raised in Cherry Hill, award-winning violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg returns to her New Jersey home for a special Russian-themed concert co-starring the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra. Dubbed a "fiercely original, deeply emotive violinist" by The Washington Post, Salerno-Sonnenberg is famed for her fearlessness and versatility, not to mention her virtuosity. She'll be joined by conductor Pavel Kogen and the MSSO for Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto in D Minor. The acclaimed Russian orchestra will also perform the overture to Dvorak's Carnival and Shostakovich's triumphant Symphony No. 5 in D Minor, which premiered to an ecstatic reception in Leningrad in 1937. Learn More
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I was deeply moved by the dedication and love by everyone involved in making this film. It gave me great joy to see that there are people, no matter what faith, that are following the Divine Plan of service to others, especially in difficult...continued
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The film contains brief scenes of violence during war and may not be suitable for all children. Parents may use their own discretion.
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