‘You Will Be Hearing From Him’ (1989)

YOU’LL BE HEARING FROM HIM By Richard Dyer, Globe Staff The Boston Globe, page 77, August 31st, 1989 LENOX — Timothy Morrison has returned from Hollywood, where he made his first movie, “Born on the Fourth of July.” You won’t…

‘John Williams’ Pursuit of Excellence’ (1989)

JOHN WILLIAMS’ PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE By Marian Christy, Globe Staff The Boston Globe, page 21, July 4th, 1989 John Williams, conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra since l980, describes himself as a cool professional. “I don’t have the aspect of…

‘Orchestrating Indiana Jones’ (1989)

ORCHESTRATING ‘INDIANA JONES’ By Fernando Gonzalez, Globe Staff The Boston Globe, page 91, June 18th, 1989 The music business thrives on stories of overnight fame and million-dollar contracts. For most musicians, success means simply making a living doing what they…

‘Pride and the Pops’ (1987)

PRIDE AND THE POPS A GALA OPENING TONIGHT By Richard Dyer, Globe Staff The Boston Globe, page 65, May 5th, 1987 Last Tuesday night, well after 11 o’clock, John Williams recorded the final notes of his score for “The Witches…

‘Getting Ready for a Big Date’ (1986)

GETTING READY FOR A BIG DATE By Richard Dyer, Globe Staff The Boston Globe, page 15, April 22nd, 1986 “I’ve only seen the Statue of Liberty from the water,” says John Williams, speaking from his office at 20th Century Fox…

‘Williams Answers Spielberg’s Call For Music’ (1983)

WILLIAMS ANSWERS SPIELBERG’S CALL FOR MUSIC By George McKinnon, Globe Staff – 05/13/1983  It looked like Pops Goes To Africa in Symphony Hall yesterday afternoon what with exotic African instruments crowding the stage and the members of the Tanglewood chorus…

‘Orchestrating a New Pops Season’ (1982)

ORCHESTRATING A NEW POPS SEASON By Richard Dyer, Globe Staff The Boston Globe, May 4th, 1982 Last week, just a week away from the opening night of Pops, John Williams was still in the Hollywood studios of 20th Century Fox…

‘John Williams’ Quite Side’ (1981)

JOHN WILLIAMS’ QUIET SIDE By M. R. Montgomery Globe Staff The Boston Globe, March 18th, 1981 John Williams lives on a quiet street in the modest (one- Mercedes-to-a-garage) part of this village, in a quiet neo-Georgian house with a blooming…

‘Borok and Williams make merry’ (1981)

BOROK AND WILLIAMS MAKE MERRY EMANUEL BOROK, violinist, with JOHN WILLIAMS, pianist – In a recital of music by Beethoven, Debussy, Tchaikovsky, and Brock in the Burden Auditorium at the Harvard Business School Sunday afternoon By Richard Dyer, Globe Staff…