27-28.01.2012 Tribute to John Williams

Posted: January 9, 2012 by kennyming in January 2012
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Original post (via): HKPO

For forty years, John Williams’ music has enhanced our most intense cinema moments: ET’s bicycle flight, Harry Potter’s wizardry, the thrills of Indiana Jones, plus of course the terror caused by Jaws – truly chilling horror music which kept us out of the water for years. And who could forget the blazing fanfares of Star Wars? In 2012 the Maestro of the film soundtrack turns 80, and we salute him with a concert of his best music. Acclaimed Hollywood conductor Richard Kaufman brings an evening of top music – and a few good stories– to our stage. Bring your light sabre!

Other Activities
Dress up in your favourite movie costumes!
You can be a movie star! Our on-site photographer is all set and ready!
Dress up in your favourite movie costume, or put on the latest fashion, and have your picture taken. Photos will be downloadable from our Facebook afterwards.

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Programme

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Superman: March  

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Jurassic Park  

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Memoirs of a Geisha: Sayuri’s Theme

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Close Encounters of the Third Kind: Suite  

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Yes, Giorgio: If We Were In Love

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Star Wars: Main Theme  

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Raiders March  

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Far and Away: Suite

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Harry Potter: Harry’s Wondrous World  

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Hook: The Face of Pan

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Hook: Flight to Neverland

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Jaws  

JOHN WILLIAMS 
E.T. : Adventures on Earth  

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