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  • THE MUSIC OF TINSELTOWN IS EXPLORED IN "THE ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL OF THE WORLD" SEMINAR
  • Mar. 24, 2004
  • Program Features Celebrated Film Music Composers Discussing
    Their Experiences in Hollywood

    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, AT 7:30 PM

    The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association explores the workings of the film music industry with The Entertainment Capital of the World, a program in the Philharmonic's Inside/Outside seminar series, on Wednesday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Walt Disney Concert Hall's BP Hall. This program, the fifth in the series, explores the competitive world of film music and features composers Cynthia Millar (Crazy in Love and Three Wishes) and James Newton Howard (The Sixth Sense), who will be joined by Academy Award-winning film composer Elmer Bernstein (Far from Heaven).

    Musicians from all over the world come to Los Angeles to compose and play for film and television. In Los Angeles, dreams are pursued in a heady mix of high (and low) finance, extraordinary creative talent, and good weather. The three celebrated film composers featured talk about their experiences in Hollywood and the music that is an integral part of the industry.

    The Entertainment Capital of the World is the fifth of seven Wednesday evenings that comprise the Los Angeles Philharmonic's new Inside/Outside seminar series. The series continues with Urban/Suburban: Los Angeles in the 1950s and '60s on April 21; and Blurring the Boundaries on May 19. Tickets for each Inside/Outside seminar are $10 and can be purchased at the Walt Disney Concert Hall Box Office, online at laphil.com, or by calling 323.850.2000.


    EDITORS PLEASE NOTE:

    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, AT 7:30 PM

    Walt Disney Concert Hall-BP Hall

    111 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles

    THE ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL OF THE WORLD

    Tickets for March 24 are $10. Tickets are on sale now at the Walt Disney Concert Hall Box Office, online at LAPhil.com, or via credit card phone order at 323.850.2000. Inside/Outside seminars are held in Walt Disney Concert Hall's BP Hall. Groups of 12 or more may be eligible for special discounts for selected concerts and seating areas. For more information, please call 323.850.2000.

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  • contact:

    Ryan Jimenez, 213.972.3405