These screenings of Deconstructing the Beatles’ Revolver are pre-recorded performances.
This 1966 album launched a period of studio experimentation for the Beatles that coincided with their decision to stop performing live. With “Eleanor Rigby,” “Yellow Submarine,” “Tomorrow Never Knows,” and more, the band pushed popular music to a new place. Learn about the groundbreaking production techniques that went into creating this landmark piece of music history.
Deconstructing the Beatles with Scott Freiman
After a few years of hosting Scott Freiman’s incredibly engaging series, Deconstructing the Beatles, we’re now proud to be filming his performances, which will allow them to be distributed widely. We are thrilled to be screening the four we’ve shot and hosting three brand-new shows, which we’ll capture on film this summer.
Scott Freiman combines his love of the Beatles with his experience as a composer, producer, and engineer to deliver unique multimedia presentations about the band’s creative process. With rare insights, anecdotes, film clips, and recordings, he takes audiences on a journey through performances and recording sessions, allowing viewers to see and hear the evolution of groundbreaking songs and understand their lasting influence on popular music. Freiman has composed music for more than 10 films, as well as the Emmy-award–winning BBC/Discovery series Life.