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  1. Now that Disney has a firm release of Indy 5, Disney Concerts can get off their butts and start preparing a LTP concert for, at least, one of the Indy films, so that they can take advantage of the fanbase who are now counting down the days towards the release. Take this year, for example. To cash in on the fan-fever over the release of 'Jurassic World: Dominion', these orchestras have booked the 'Jurassic Park' LTP concert on these dates: However, there is a possibly that Disney Concerts may have already done it. As I’ve theorized in this thread, before a image-logo of a Disney LTP concert is displayed on their website, I suspect that the first persons that are aware of their latest content are the orchestra-staffers that book the ‘Pops’ concerts. For example, the LTP concert of the 1993 film, “Hocus Pocus’, has some bookings … …but there’s still no image-logo in Disney Concerts’ website to this day. So, I’m thinking that maybe an LTP concert of an Indy or a Star Wars film may have been created and orchestra-representatives are being informed of them, first, so that they can book it in the new season’s schedule.
  2. Just this morning, FCL posted their latest Bond LTP concert. Live!https://filmconcertslive.com/movies/spectre-in-concert/#evcal_calendar_m1
  3. Now, scheduled for November 5 and 6, 2022. Saw this on the orchestra's Facebook page, but it won't be up on their website until tickets go on sale this Friday. https://www.facebook.com/atlantasymphony/posts/10160344824089015
  4. I hope that someone during these Q&As asks Mike M. if a LTP concert is being considered. Someone in the FSM forum asked him about it back in February and he didn't comment on it. https://filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?threadID=146921&forumID=1&archive=0&pageID=3&r=331#bottom Maybe he can provide an update.
  5. According to this Facebook post, JW will be there for a Q&A prior to this show. Also, from the said Kennedy Center-Jurassic Park web-page:
  6. September 16th, 2022 Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Justin Freer, conductor Hilbert Circle Theatre. Indianapolis, IN https://www.indianapolissymphony.org/event/rudy-in-concert/
  7. Raffle of ticket give-a-away. Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/CityLightConcerts/posts/1320342281789293 City Light Concerts is going to have a world-wide lynch-mob before them if this concert doesn't go on April 29th.
  8. USA premiere of his Cello Concerto: San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor Gautier Capuçon, cello November 11, 12, 13, 2022 https://www.sfsymphony.org/Buy-Tickets/2022-23/Capucon-Plays-Danny-Elfman
  9. New Date: March 24, 2023 https://cso.org/performances/22-23/cso-at-the-movies/an-evening-with-john-williams/
  10. From Citi Light Concerts' Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CityLightConcerts/posts/1308417546315100 So certain, are they.
  11. So far there's two bookings Oregon Symphony Orchestra, October 29, 2022 https://www.orsymphony.org/concerts-tickets/2223/hocus-pocus-in-concert Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, October 19, 2022 https://www.pittsburghsymphony.org/production/81447/hocus-pocus-in-concert From what the image says, it’s from DisneyConcerts, but I don’t see the banner of this currently on DisneyConcerts’ website. The same thing happened when those bookings of 'Black Panther' started popping up when I noticed them last June. The banner for that didn’t show up until after the Hollywood Bowl-World Premiere in September. This suggests that if an L2P concert of SW:TROS were to be created, the first people that would know about it, before the banner would be shown on DisneyConcerts’ website, would be the orchestra staffers that book the Pop-concerts (L2P concerts are considered, in the orchestra administrator’s eyes, as Pops concerts). The talent agency, Columbia Artists, had a website where they would post notices of DisneyConcerts' rentals before their banners would show up on Disney's website as they did with the L2P concert of 'SW:TLJ', but both the website and the agency are gone.
  12. @oxo1977 There were 7 days of recording for that score for the film, according to the said CD-album notes, so it might be a possibility that the two harp players may have not been together in all the days of recording. In other words, one harp player may have worked on one set of music-cues on select days and another harp player may have worked on a different set of music-cues on other select days.
  13. A 70mm screening of 'Star Wars' (1977) (without the 'A New Hope' moniker) will take place at the Academy Museum in Los Angeles, CA, this May 31st. Star Wars (academymuseum.org) Sorry! Tickets are sold out. The AMPAS hosted the same screening back in June 2019 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, Los Angeles, CA. Star Wars and Rogue One | Oscars.org | Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
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