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Movie Music with the Concord Chamber Orchestra

Come hear Organizer Dave and the rest of the CCO play their final concert of the season featuring the following movie music:

Our final concert of the season features music from some of the biggest movies of all time, in a tribute to the composers of today who write the classics of tomorrow!

The Sound of Music - Selections for Orchestra, by Richard Rodgers (arr. by Robert Russell Bennett)
Exodus - An Orchestral Tone-Picture, by Ernest Gold (arr. by Robert Russell Bennett)
“Lara’s Theme” from Dr. Zhivago, by Maurice Jarre (arr. by Merle J. Isaac)
Music from The Sting, by Scott Joplin and Marvin Hamlisch (arr. by John Cacavas)
The Empire Strikes Back Medley, by John Williams (arr. by John C. Whitney)
Selections from Mary Poppins, by Richard and Robert Sherman (arr. by Bob Lowden
Titanic Medley, by James Horner (arr. by John Moss)
Symphonic Suite from The Lord of the Rings - The Fellowship of the Ring, by Howard Shore (arr. by John Whitney)
Star Trek Through the Years, by by Alexander Courage, Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaway, and Jerry Goldsmith (arr. by Calvin Custer)

Tickets at the door are $18 adult and $12 Senior or Student
If you dress up in movie theme about any of this music, you can get in free, or if you contact Dave well enough in advance and usher, you also can get in free.

All attendees are invited to a reception including food and dessert
after the concert, and after that some of us may still go out.

Deb Tetzlaff from MadTownTalls is a co-host of this event.

ps: if anyone has a light saber (toy) we can get the conductor to conduct
with it. I gave him one 10 years ago for the star wars piece. That's probably worth a free admission ;-)

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  • Dave R.

    I really played my heart out as did everyone else and our fuller than average audience loved it. We will repeat this concert at Boerner Botanical Gardens, Glendale Days, maybe somewhere else. See the concord orchestra web site for details.

    May 20, 2012

  • Dave R.

    I'll be there. I even practiced ;-)

    May 18, 2012

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