Hollywood Symphony Orchestra Debut Performance at Royce Hall
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The last date listed for Hollywood Symphony Orchestra Debut Performance was Thursday May 18, 2006 / 8:00pm.
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“Exciting, exquisite, heart-tugging, superb…” These are all words used to describe the entertainment experience of the dynamic new Hollywood Symphony Orchestra concerts under the baton of famed composer John Scott and visiting artists. The finest music from the world of cinema, by world-class composers and musicians.
Special Guest Artists, Samantha Eggar, Michael York, Alan Mandell
Music by Bernstein, Goldsmith, Korngold, Mancini, North, Scott, Vaughan Williams, Williams, Young
The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra, Conductor John Scott
Cantori Domino, Artistic Director Maurita Phillips-Thornburgh, Soloist Renee Burkett
One hundred and forty of Hollywood’s top musicians and singers will be on stage at UCLA’s Royce Hall on May 18th for the exciting inaugural concert program of the Hollywood Symphony Orchestra. The concert will include music ranging from a premiere piece by John Williams from Memoirs of a Geisha to Erich Korngold’s Kings Row, a premiere adaptation from Elmer Bernstein’s Sweet Smell of Success, a new orchestration from Jerry Goldsmith’s Logan’s Run, Alex North’s A Streetcar Named Desire, Henry Mancini’s Peter Gunn, Vaughan Williams’ Scott of the Antarctic, to symphonic suites from Victor Young’s Around the World in 80 Days, John Scott’s Greystoke – Legend of Tarzan, and more. The finale will be a world premiere symphonic suite of John Scott’s score for Charlton Heston’s Antony and Cleopatra with special guest stars Samantha Eggar, Michael York and Alan Mandell in a stage reading of Shakespeare’s wonderful dialogue.
Program subject to change.