Masters of the Silver Screen
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Program to Include
Franz Schreker: Ekkehard
Kris Bowers: For A Younger Self
Bernard Herrmann: Suite from Vertigo
Erich Korngold: Much Ado About Nothing Suite
John Williams: Adagio from Star Wars: Episode VII, The Force Awakens
John Williams: “With Malice Toward None” from Lincoln
John Williams: Suite from Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Celebrating the art form of film scoring and cinematic music, Guest violinist Charles Yang, recipient of the Leonard Bernstein Award, has been described by the Boston Globe as one who “plays classical violin with the charisma of a rock star.” His amazing talent will be displayed through his performance of Kris Bowers’ For a Younger Self. The work explores the journey of a young protagonist as they overcome fear, stress, and self-doubt. The ASO will also perform works by John Williams, Herrmann, Korngold, and Schreker. Hear music from your favorite film composers and classic features such as Much Ado About Nothing.
Free benefit with every ticket:
Concert Comments with Maestro Carlos Izcaray!
Concert Comments is a unique opportunity to hear Carlos Izcaray provide insights to better understand and appreciate the selections you will hear and learn about the journey of the Symphony and artists working to make the performance come together. Join us at 6:15pm before the concert in the Reynolds-Kirschbaum Recital Hall (upper level, next to main doors) of the Alys Stephens Center.