June 3, 2020
This classic 1946 film has it all — a dramatic story, fantastic music and plenty of Hollywood glamour. Academy® Award-winner Joan Crawford portrays a selfish socialite who takes interest in a much younger violinist (John Garfield) on the rise. But perhaps the best part is the outstanding score, filled with classical favorites and conducted by Franz Waxman. Violinist Isaac Stern served as musical advisor and soloist for the soundtrack, with his hands appearing in performance close-ups as Garfield “plays.” Hang around after the movie for a fun and engaging chat with Music Director Michael Stern and guest violinist Augustin Hadelich.
Symphony season subscribers, plus Prelude and Symphony Society donors, may reserve FREE tickets beginning Monday, April 6, with general admission tickets for everyone available Monday, April 20.
Please note: the Symphony does not perform at this event.