|05/06/2017||2pm||Animation||Bethany Lutheran Church, 3701 W. Slaughter Lane, 78749|
|Fall 2017||[Break until Fall]|
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Enjoy listening to excerpts from our past concerts! The ensemble’s consistently high musical standards (over 10 years' strong) and comfortable concert atmosphere earned us an outstanding reputation and endorsements from celebrities such as George Takei (of “Star Trek” fame), “8-Legged Freaks” star David Arquette, and “Friday the 13th” composer Harry Manfredini, to name only a few.
The group reached a new level of success in July 2007, performing to an audience of over 4,000 at Book People’s release party for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The sold out 2009 Fantasy Film Scores concert was standing room only. We are Austin’s own Cinematic Symphony.
You’ve SEEN the films … now HEAR the music!
Cinematic Symphony will be performing the works of Dynamic Music Partners in this all-animation concert on May 6 at 2:00pm at Bethany Lutheran Church.
On March 5, Cinematic Symphony celebrated multi-Grammy- and Academy Award-winning American composer Michael Giacchino by performing pieces from some of his best video game and movie soundtracks, including Star Trek into Darkness, The Incredibles, Up, Ratatouille, and more.
On December 10, 2016, we celebrated our 20th concert with maestro Jesus Torres by performing some of his favorite movie soundtracks. HERE are some hints (starring Mr. Torres) of the playlist. Just come to the concert, and you'll see if you guessed correctly.
On October 29, 2016, we scared up some “boo”tiful pieces for this “howl”oween concert at 6:00pm in the Klett Center for the Performing Arts in Georgetown! Some of the “terror”ific tunes are from your favorite “fang”tastic scores, such as “Dracula,” “Psycho,” “Night on Bald Mountain” (Fantasia), “Nightmare Before Christmas,” and more with even a couple pieces that feature a “spook”tacular theremin!