Hitchcock at the Movies: A Symphonic Celebration
Friday, March 8, 2013
Alfred Hitchcock's films feature some of the most mesmerizing movie scores of all time, and his use of music has influenced generations of filmmakers. The CSO takes you on a haunting journey through several of Hitchcock's masterpieces, including To Catch a Thief, Strangers on a Train and Dial M for Murder, that will prove Hitchcock's theory that film music can play a role all its own.
Due to the length and content of the program, this concert is recommended for ages 8 and up; infants will not be admitted.
This event has LIMITED AVAILABILITY. Please call (312) 294-3000 for returned ticket availability and additional seating options.
Williams & Levy Prelude to The Lady Vanishes
Murray To Catch A Thief
Tiomkin Strangers On A Train
Gounod Hitchcock: By Himself (Funeral March of a Marionette)
Tiomkin Dial M for Murder
Herrmann North By Northwest
This performance is part of the:
Friday Night at the Movies 2012-13 Series >