John Williams and Friends

John Williams and Friends

John Williams Summon the Heroes from 1996 Summer Olympics, Atlanta
John Williams Hymn to the Fallen from Saving Private Ryan
John Williams Jim's New Life from Empire of the Sun
Maurice Jarre Lawrence of Arabia
John Williams The People's House from Lincoln
John Williams The Duel from The Adventures of Tintin
John Williams Theme from Always
John Williams Flying Theme from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
John Williams Shark Theme from Jaws
John Williams Marion's Theme from Raiders of the Lost Ark
John Williams The Raiders March from Raiders of the Lost Ark
John Williams Closing In from Catch Me If You Can:
Henry Mancini Peter Gunn
John Williams Flight and Technology from The American Journey
John Williams Throne Room and End Title from Star Wars

From sharks to spies, whether you’re swashbuckling with Indiana Jones or cycling though the air with a little alien who just wants to phone home, you already know the tunes. John Williams has given us the soundtracks to some of Steven Spielberg's greatest cinematic adventures of the past five decades and no-one knows this music better than movie maestro Richard Kaufman. Including music from Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Saving Private Ryan and Star Wars, experience the thrill of these legendary soundtracks live in concert – with the best sound quality you’ll ever hear!

Sun 26 Feb 2017, 3.00PM

Box Office: 01382 434 940


£25, £20, £15


Under 16s/Under 26s/Mature Students/Unemployed/Disabled Patrons 50% off

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Richard  Kaufman

Richard Kaufman


Grammy Award-winning conductor Richard Kaufman has devoted much of his musical life to conducting and supervising music for film and television productions, as well as performing film and classical music in concert halls and on recordings. The 2015-2016 concert season marks Richard’s twenty-fifth season as Principal Pops Conductor of Orange County’s Pacific Symphony. He holds the permanent title of Pops Conductor Laureate with the Dallas Symphony, and is in his tenth season with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert series, “CSO at the Movies”, conducting classic and contemporary film music, as well as classical music used in motion pictures. He regularly appears as a guest conductor with symphony orchestras throughout both the United States and around the world. Richard returns to Scotland this season for two engagements with the RSNO. Recently, Richard made his conducting debut with the Boston Pops Orchestra as a last minutes substitute for John Williams at the Annual Boston Pops Film Night. This coming August, at the invitation of Mr. Williams, Richard will share the podium with the legendary film composer in a concert of film music at Tanglewood, Massachusetts. Along with his conducting career, for 18 years Richard supervised music for MGM Studios