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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Sci-Fi Spectacular Huge Hit With Public

Shows how flexible a city symphony can be in meeting needs of the public


  • "Look sir, musicians". The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is guarded by an audience member dressed as a stormtrooper. (Credit: NEXTGEN FM NEWS)

    “Look sir, musicians”. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is guarded by an audience member dressed as a stormtrooper. (Credit: NEXTGEN FM NEWS)

    Bringing back memories of the early days of live radio and theater, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra attracted young and old ears with last night’s “A Sci-Fi Spectacular” featuring George Takei of Star Trek fame.

    They show how flexible a city’s symphony can be in meeting the changing needs of the listening public and bringing together different generations of listeners at the same time.

    The whole night was a star studded spectacular featuring memorable scores from some of the greatest science fiction masterpieces ever created; think E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Star Wars, and of course Star Trek.

    Hearing some excerpts of the music from E.T. performed live was thrilling. A rich medley featuring music from the X-Files, Star Wars, Lost in Space, and The Jetsons all magically woven together to begin the night was fun and exciting, but that was just the beginning…

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