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Concert 5: A Night at the Movies – Final Frontier
March 10 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Richard Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra (introduction)
Jerry Goldsmith: Selections from Alien
Jerry Goldsmith, Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaway, arr. C. Custer: Star Trek: Through the Years
Jerry Goldsmith, arr. B. LaGuardia: Selections from Star Trek 50th Anniversary Suite
John Williams: Star Wars: The Force Awakens
John Williams: E.T. Adventures on the Earth
Pre-concert talk with Maestro Devin Patrick Hughes and Brian LaGuardia at 6:45 p.m.
Classic Children’s Corner at 7:10 p.m. for kids of all ages.
March is Orchestras Feeding America month! Please bring non-perishable food items to the concert. All food donations will go to Jewish Family Services for distribution to families in our community.
Featuring Ho-Yin Kwok, Winner of the 2017–2018 Vincent C. LaGuardia, Jr. Conducting Competition
The Arapahoe Philharmonic thanks the T. Gordon Parks Trust for sponsoring the conducting competition.
Meet Ho-Yin Kwok
Ho-Yin Kwok is currently a doctoral teaching assistant at the University of Minnesota. Previously, Ho-Yin obtained Master degree in Orchestral Conducting from University of Iowa and Bachelor degree from Hong Kong Baptist University. Additional studies have taken him to Berlin, where he conducted the Berlin Sinfonietta under the direction of Colin Metters. He also studied with Gerard Schwarz, Grant Cooper, José -Luis Novo and Eric Garcia. His principal conducting teachers are Mark Russell Smith and William LaRue Jones.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Reborn for a whole new generation of fans, Star Wars is back again with John Williams in the composer’s chair once more! From Rey’s whimsical Theme to the sinister leitmotif for Kylo Ren, witness the Wagnerian power of this fully sanctioned and official Signature Edition Suite!
One of Jerry Goldsmith’s most terrifying and avant-garde scores, Alien features a glimmer of lyrical beauty hidden beneath the surface. The main theme in our suite is also used in the latest Alien movie, Isolation, bringing us full circle. You may want to steel yourself for this one. I can’t lie to you about your chances of making it through this part of the program unscathed, but…you have my sympathies.
E.T. Adventures on the Earth
It’s hard to imagine a moment in film history that owes more to the film score than the final ten minutes of E.T. That is precisely what we will play for you: music from the full ten minutes of the end of the film. While the music itself owes a lot to Howard Hanson’s 2nd symphony, it is nonetheless one of the most emotionally powerful film cues of all time.
Star Trek 50th Anniversary Suite
Containing cues that are unavailable for rent anywhere, this brand-new suite features music from Star Trek: First Contact and Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Written for four extra brass, organ and over 25 percussion instruments, witness how Jerry Goldsmith boldly envisioned the sound of optimism and strange new worlds.