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  1. KCET, a public broadcast TV station in Los Angeles, will be broadcasting past performances from the Hollywood Bowl later this year, including Williams and the LA Phil performing Star Wars. PBS stations around the US will broadcast the shows in early 2021. From the last paragraph, it sounds like this could possibly include an interview with Williams.
  2. If all goes well I'll have a recording of this for those that miss it. UPDATE: PM me if interested
  3. https://www.kusc.org/radio/programs/announcing-at-home-with-gustavo-dudamel-john-williams/ I will attempt to record this!
  4. The cover of "Something Stupid" from the opening montage in episode 7 has finally been released as a single. Linked to it on iTunes (US) and YouTube for anyone else who's had it stuck in their heads.
  5. What a great piece! For some related reading, here is an interview with Yo-Yo Ma about Williams that posted today: http://projectorandorchestra.com/yo-yo-ma-on-john-williams-classical-side/. The interview was supposed to be part of a larger story about Williams' concert/classical career but the Washington Post pulled it when the author couldn't get an interview with Williams.
  6. The main theme just got released via Entertainment Weekly, along with some words from Spielberg and Silvestri.. http://ew.com/movies/2018/03/15/ready-player-one-soundtrack-first-listen/ “While all sorts of culturally iconic references populate Ready Player One, the score that Alan Silvestri composed is completely and intoxicatingly original,” Spielberg said in a statement. “It’s bound together by multiple themes that identify plot and character and is infused by such percussive adrenaline and soaring strings that Alan has made Ready Player One appear to fly.” Silvestri
  7. Has the setlist been announced? Or is that only revealed with Friday's performance? Haven't found it anywhere.
  8. So... any chance there's someone who needs to sell two tickets? I'm close to Nashville but couldn't buy in time, and no resell sites have them. I'll take them off your hands.
  9. Has anyone here bought tickets to this they'd like to sell? Tickets go onsale to the public next Friday, July 21, and the website says there are under 275 tickets left. The lower priced tickets are gone, and all that's left are $275 tickets and $750 VIP tickets. I'm probably going to grit my teeth and pay the $275 (over $600 for two tickets and hefty fees) but wanted to check here first. So far the only resell website selling these is Vivid Seats, and there's only two sellers asking $300-$400 per ticket.
  10. So when should this be on sale for the general public? And does anyone know the general price range? Edit: Nevermind, found the earlier comment. So end of April/start of May.
  11. Next Monday, September 12 (and continuing into early Tuesday morning), the Turner Classic Movies channel will air the AFI ceremony for John Williams, followed by Jaws, the AFI Master Class on JW and Spielberg's collaborations, The Sugarland Express, a reairing of the AFI ceremony, and The Cowboys. For those with access to the channel, set your DVRs.
  12. In that case, enjoy. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1gDnOnCxg2XTnkxelFYMlcwcVU/view
  13. I know this would've been nicer two months ago, but I’ve put the John Williams AFI ceremony online. It’s on Google Drive and not YouTube, because I figured it wouldn’t last long on there. Something messed up during the process of getting it from my DVR to my computer, so every twenty seconds the video glitches for about half a second. It isn't really an issue, just a minor annoyance. I don’t know if I’m allowed to post a link in the forums, so anyone who wants the link can send me a message.
  14. Three encores? I left after "Luke and Leia" and "Harry's Wondrous World". There was another one? It looked like the orchestra was getting up after the latter.
  15. RICHARD KAUFMAN and JOHN WILLIAMS conducting JOHN WILLIAMS’ FILM NIGHT RICHARD KAUFMAN conducting UP, UP, AND AWAY: THE MOVIES TAKE FLIGHT arr. WILLIAMS Hooray for Hollywood WILLIAMS Flight to Neverland from “Hook” WAXMAN Ireland from “The Spirit of St. Louis” BARRY Flying Over Africa from “Out of Africa” MANCINI March from “The Great Waldo Pepper” WILLIAMS Flying Theme from “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” WILLIAMS Love Theme from “Superman” WILLIAMS Superman March WILLIAMS Flight and Technology from “American J
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