Today, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) announced the new season of its cinematic series “Movies in Concert,” featuring the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra playing the award-winning scores live to picture for Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (October), Home Alone (November), and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire™ (February). These films join the previously announced and already on sale Star Wars: Return of the Jedi in Concert in May of 2022. All films will be displayed on a 40-foot screen in Atlanta Symphony Hall. Tickets are available on Ticketmaster.com beginning May 21 at noon. For further information, visit aso.org/movies.
Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” Live in Concert is presented by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lawrence Loh and will be performed at Atlanta Symphony Hall on October 29 & 30, 2021.
A true holiday favorite, the beloved comedy classic – Home Alone – features renowned composer John Williams’ charming and delightful score performed live to picture by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Friday, November 26 and Saturday, November 27, 2021. Macaulay Culkin stars as Kevin McCallister, an 8-year-old boy who’s accidentally left behind when his family leaves for Christmas vacation, and who must defend his home against two bungling thieves.
The Harry Potter Film Concert Series returns to Symphony Hall with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert, the fourth film in the Harry Potter series. On Friday, February 18, and Saturday, February 19, 2022, Justin Freer will conduct the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in performing the magical score live from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire while the entire film plays in high-definition on a 40-foot screen.
In 2016, CineConcerts and Warner Bros. Consumer Products announced the Harry Potter Film Concert Series, a global concert tour celebrating the Harry Potter films. Since the world premiere of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in Concert in June 2016, more than 2.7 million fans have enjoyed this magical experience from the Wizarding World, which is scheduled to include over 1,295 performances across more than 48 countries worldwide through 2021.