Experience this iconic film with live orchestra performed by New West Symphony. State-of-the-art digital screens bring to life the heart-wrenching story of Jack and Rose (played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet) on the fated voyage of the H.M.S. Titanic.
Making this a completely unique and extraordinary experience is the fact that several New West Symphony orchestra members played on the original film soundtrack, including our principal horn, James Thatcher, and principal trumpet, Jim Grinta. Plus, the Symphony is joined by Eric Rigler, who performed the uilleann pipes and Irish whistle on the soundtrack. You will only find this authentic performance of the most famous soundtrack in the world with the New West Symphony. Ludwig Wicki, founder of the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra, conducts this performance.
This event is the West Coast Premiere, with only one performance.
Come join us along with the New West Symphony, Eric Rigler, Maria Zouroudis, and the Los Robles Children’s Choir for a live concert of the Titanic score played alongside a screening of the film!
People attending the June 22 showing will see the complete film (3 hours, 22 minutes with intermission) projected on a vast LED screen build especially for the event and brought to life like never before through the extraordinary sounds of the New West Symphony’s 130-piece musicians and singers. The soundtrack to the film Titanic is the best-selling orchestral soundtrack of all time. Members of the New West Symphony – including principal horn James Thatcher — played on that original film soundtrack 22 years ago and will be playing the score once again before a live audience at this special showing.Sarah Hookey – broadwayworld.com
Be sure to check out Sarah Hookey’s write-up of the event for a deeper look:
For more information about the event and to buy tickets, go to: https://newwestsymphony.org/home/titanic-live/
We hope to see you there!