These Seattle Symphony + film matchups are a great way to enliven a cinematic chestnut while drawing in more diverse audiences than what you traditionally find at a classical music concert, pairing a screening with the symphony’s live performance of the film score. This presentation of Jurassic Park (the original 1993 version about things going horribly awry at a dinosaur theme park) is the first of three to highlight John Williams’s exquisite movie music capabilities. The Empire Strikes Back and E.T. get the symphony treatment in June and July, respectively.
by Leilani Polk
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