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Hector J. Guzman

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  1. Late last year, this website announced a concert with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra celebrating its 25th anniversary, with John Williams as guest conductor.

    John Williams shares the podium with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra conductor Carl St. Clair on June 4 and 5

    John Williams already has conducted there on the May 14th weekend, the review can be found at the main page of JWFan.

    The Pacific Symphony has programmed a couple of concert that includes Williams' music, albeit not conducted by the composer:

    Saturday, September 11, 2004

    LET FREEDOM RING featuring Beethoven's Symphony No. 9

    Venue:

    Verizon Wireless Amphitheater  

    Time:

    8 p.m. Saturday

    Conductor

    Carl St.Clair  

    Music inspired by humanity's timeless quest for freedom.  

    Program

    WILLIAMS

    Call of the Champions

    Hymn to the Fallen        

    BEETHOVEN

    Symphony No. 9

    Saturday, October 30, 2004

    Saturday, October 30, 2004

    MUSIC FROM "HARRY POTTER"

    Venue:

    Segerstrom Hall, Orange County Performing Arts Center  

    Time:

    10 a.m. Saturday

    11:30 a.m. Saturday

    Conductor

    Michael Hall, conductor

    Start the season with excerpts from John Williams’ deliciously dramatic score  

    Magic, mystery and wonder — just in time for Halloween! With popular and powerful music from “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets,” learn about the conductor’s job and how different instruments are used in the orchestra. Also includes excerpts from Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” and Stravinsky’s “Firebird.”

    Saturday, January 8, 2005

    Saturday, January 8, 2005

    MUSIC FROM AMERICA'S WILD WEST

    Venue:

    Segerstrom Hall, Orange County Performing Arts Center  

    Time:

    10 a.m. Saturday

    11:30 a.m. Saturday

    Conductor

    Michael Hall, conductor

    Cowboys, rodeos and more

    Using John Williams’ infectious music from “The Cowboys,” learn how folk, country, jazz and gospel all influenced classical music. Also includes excerpts from Copland’s “Rodeo” and Groffe’s “Grand Canyon Suite.”

    :mrgreen: Debney End Title from Cutthroat Island

    Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

    Erich Kunzel

  2. That was a nice. Good storytelling, Neil.

    I've always wanted to meet someone at the Hollywood Bowl concerts, but nothing. I've met some folks, but they don't know about these internet communities. Jeron from MovieMusic once told me we should meet, but he never replied back. Someone else from this forum told me they had seen me at the 2002 70th birthday celebration, but did npot approach me, too bad. Even if my bad ass english speaking was somewhat a barrier, I would been happy to talk to someone.

    I grew up watching John Williams conduct the Boston Pops, and I hope I get a chance to see Mr. Williams in that enviroment, a pops concert, preferebly one of those light classics program.

    I do not know what is going to happen with my life, or others, but I hope one day to be at Boston Symphony Hall sooner rather than later, and enjoy the sight of Mr. Williams conducting the Boston Pops Orchestra.

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