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Date(s) - March 23, 2019
8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

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Tobin Center for the Performing Arts


Keith Lockhart, Conductor “…the best-known, most recorded and arguably most popular orchestra in the United States.”  —The New York Times “The Boston Pops performs the best music of the past and present, appealing to the widest possible audience with a broad spectrum of styles, from jazz to pop, indie rock to big band, film music to the great American songbook, and Broadway to classical, making it the perfect orchestra for people who don’t know they like orchestras!” —Keith Lockhart PROGRAM- BOSTON POPS AT THE MOVIES Main Title and Overture from Heidi  Theme from Jaws Main Title to The Towering Inferno  Theme from JFK Devil’s Dance, from The Witches of Eastwick Star Gazers, from E.T the Extra-Terrestrial Cantina Band, from Star Wars: A New Hope / arr. Ramin Main Title from Star Wars INTERMISSION 42nd Street / Warren-Sebesky Bernstein on Broadway / arr. Ramin Fiddle Faddle / Anderson Stairway to Heaven / Page/Plant-Walden Bohemian Rhapsody/ Mercury-Walden Dancing Queen /  Andersson/Ulvaeus/Anderson-Walden A Cinematic Sing-Along / arr. Sebesky   As Time Goes By – Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head – Moon River – The Way We Were – Que Sera, Sera – Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah – Over the Rainbow Affectionately known as “America’s Orchestra,” the Boston Pops is the most recorded and arguably the most beloved orchestra in the country, beginning with the establishment of the modern-era Pops by Arthur Fiedler and continuing through the innovations introduced by John Williams and the new-millennium Pops spearheaded by Keith Lockhart.

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