Posted by: uclaextensionmusic | March 4, 2011

Jerry Goldsmith Concert – Part III

Calling all film music fans! The American Youth Symphony will be performing a concert of Jerry Goldsmith music at UCLA’s Royce Hall on Sunday, March 13 at 7pm. This is the third and final segment of a three-year multidisciplinary project exploring the work of one of the most respected composers in Hollywood history.

The Goldsmith Project III:

The Later Years

American Youth Symphony
Alexander Treger, Music Director

Sunday, March 13
Royce Hall, UCLA
Free admission
**Reservations online or by phone (310) 470-2332

7:00 pm Performance
David Newman, guest conductor
Alexander Treger, violin
Jon Burlingame, host

Mendelssohn Violin Concerto
Goldsmith Twilight Zone Suite (1983)
First Blood (1982)
Basic Instinct (1992)
Poltergeist (1982) – new suite arranged by David Newman
Legend (1985) – with film
Rudy (1993)

4:00 pm Symposium/Pre-concert discussion
Jon Burlingame, host
Kenny Hall, Bruce Botnick, Richard Kraft, David Anspaugh, Joe Dante
David Newman, guest conductor

David Newman conducts the American Youth Symphony's Goldsmith Project II performance at Royce Hall on May 2, 2010 (Alien footage, courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox) with the Angeles Chorale.

Goldsmith Under Fire Suite (1983)

An exploration of what makes Jerry Goldsmith’s music so pioneering, with some of his closest collaborators. Presented in partnership with The Film Music Society.

The Goldsmith Project III is supported by generous gifts from Carol Goldsmith, Krystyna and David Newman, and BMI.

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