|American Youth Symphony Salutes Jerry GoldsmithSkoda, ze podobna akce se neporada nekde v Evrope...
The Film Music Society has revealed that the American Youth Symphony (AYS) are about to embark on a three year concert programme with symposiums celebrating the work of Jerry Goldsmith. The first concert on Sunday December 7th 2008 will focus on Goldsmith's early years in Television and movies. Next year will features music from the 70s and early 80s. With the final concert in 2010 covering the remainder of the 80s and beyond.
All concerts will be conducted by composer David Newman who has gone back to Goldsmith's original sketches and prepared all new suites for classic Goldsmith scores to A Patch Of Blue, The Sand Pebbles and Patton. In addition suites from The Planet Of The Apes and excerpts from The Blue Max will also feature.
The first afternoon symposium will be chaired by Jon Burlingame and feature composer Robert Drasnin, Marc Scott Zicree, author of The Twilight Zone Companion, the definitive history of the show; Robert Townson, producer for the Varese Sarabande record label and Michael Lloyd, a film composer and Goldsmith expert.
There will also be a 25-minute live-to-film performance of Goldsmith's score for The Invaders by members of the AYS which will be part of the two-hour symposium, beginning at 2pm, also in Royce Hall. Clips from Goldsmith's other work for the Rod Serling series will also be featured.
This massive event is free and will be held at Royce Hall on the campus of the University of California in Los Angeles.
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