Award Winning Marvin Hamlisch Conducts San Diego Symphony
Principal Pops conductor for the San Diego Symphony and award-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch will perform all of his award-worthy hits with the Symphony on Nov. 12 and 13.
A two-night event, Hamlisch will conduct his show at the Copley Symphony Hall. Both the Friday Nov. 12 and Saturday Nov. 13 shows start at 8 p.m. with ticket prices ranging from $20-$85.
Again, the San Diego Entertainer is giving away tickets to the show! Enter to win at the end of the article before noon on Monday, Nov. 8.
The show will feature vocalist J. Mark McVey along side Hamlisch in a number or pieces.
Hamlisch is renown for both his diversity and quality of music and has won almost every major award including: three Oscars®, four Grammys®, four Emmys®, a Tony® and three Golden Globe® awards.
He has written music for the Broadway shows They’re Playing our Song as well as the Pulitzer Prize winning A Chorus Line. Hamlisch is also a prolific composer of many motion picture scores including his Oscar award-winning music and score for the movies The Way We Were and The Sting, which was an adaptation of Scott Joplin’s work.
Hamlisch’s many other motion picture scores include original music or adaptations for Sophie’s Choice, Ordinary People, The Swimmer, Three Men and a Baby, Ice Castles, Take the Money and Run, Bananas, Save the Tiger, and his most recent The Informant!, which starred Matt Damon.
The show will feature music from many of these films and productions, and is sure please both movie fans and music lovers alike. See these pieces brought to life! Sign up below before noon on Monday Nov. 8, for you chance to win free tickets.