Lights! Camera! Join the San Francisco Symphony, with one of the most iconic film scores ever created. The partnership between filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and composer Bernard Herrmann resulted in some of cinema’s greatest musical moments—none more memorable than the famous shower scene in Psycho. Hitchcock himself acknowledged, “33% of the effect of Psycho was due to the music.” Join the SFS and conductor Joshua Gersen for a chilling night at the movies, as the orchestra accompanies this classic thriller live.
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San Francisco Symphony
Psycho (film score)
Concert: Approx. 2h 10m, includes intermission.
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The 1960 trailer for Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho:
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The original film score to Psycho:
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"Hailed as a master of suspense, Hitchcock was also a master in the use of music. The celebrated director knew music could convey emotion in ways images could not. The soundtracks to many of Hitchcock's best films take on a role of their own, becoming at times like characters in the story being told on screen." Continue reading Music to Murder By: San Francisco Symphony Screens Hitchcock on Huffingtonpost.com.
Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 8:00pm
Davies Symphony Hall
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