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Oregon Symphony Takes on Star Trek

Thursday, February 11, 2016

 

The Oregon Symphony will visit the  Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall this weekend for a special performance.

The Symphony will perform a live score to a showing of “Star Trek Into Darkness,” on Friday, February 12 at 7:30 PM at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, located at 1037 SW Broadway.

Star Trek Into Darkness, J.J. Abrams’ riveting sequel, will come to the giant screen alongside the Oregon Symphony orchestra, performing Michael Giacchino’s thrilling score live to picture.

Erik Ochsner will conduct the orchestra. The Pacific Youth Choir will also perform during the showing.

For more information or togged your tickets, visit the Oregon Symphony website.

 

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