You can see the original Star Wars like never before when Colorado Symphony delivers the Oscar-winning score live

Whether you love or loathe “Star Wars,” it’s difficult to deny that its score is a masterpiece. As soon as the horns in the intro of “Main Theme”–strike up, Earth becomes a distant memory, replaced by space ship battles, brother-sister bonding experiences and the beautiful sensibility of a universe where a greedy bounty hunter alien is named “Greedo.”

If you can’t hear the strings yet, you will soon. Led by–Music Director Brett Mitchell, the Colorado Symphony announced it will bring John Williams’ massive score from “Star Wars: A New Hope” to Broomfield’s FirstBank Center in 2018 for what it claims is the first time in Colorado history. The score will accompany a screening of the film at each of the symphony’s two performances: March 22 at 7 p.m. and March 24 at 2 p.m.

Tickets are–$45.00-$85.00 and go on sale Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. via altitudetickets.com. A pre-sale will open to Colorado Symphony members on Nov. 14; an AEG Presents pre-sale will go live on Nov. 16.

Source:: The Denver Post – Lifestyle

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