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John Williams The Cowboys Overture
John Williams Elegy for Cello and Orchestra
John Williams Suite from Jane Eyre
John Williams Hedwig's Theme (Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone)
John Williams Main Theme from Schindler's List
John Williams Flight to Neverland (Hook)
John Williams Jurassic Park, Theme
John Williams Suite from Memories of a Geisha
John Williams Raiders March (Raiders of the Lost Ark)
John Williams Devil's Dance (The Witches of Eastwick)
John Williams Superman March

Richard Kaufman Conductor
Johannes Moser Cello



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Richard Kaufman

Richard Kaufman 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 2018-19 season marks his 13th season with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert series “CSO at the Movies” and his 28th season as Principal Pops Conductor of Pacific Symphony. He holds the permanent title of Pops Conductor Laureate with the Dallas Symphony.

Upcoming engagements include Kaufman’s debuts with the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and return engagements with the Detroit and Hawaii Symphonies, the Cleveland Orchestra conducting its annual Holiday Concerts, and Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Recent highlights include debuts with the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Iceland Symphony Orchestra, and the Handel and Haydn Society.

In 2015, Kaufman made his conducting debut with the Boston Pops Orchestra, substituting for John Williams at the Annual Pops Film Night, and Mr. Williams invited Kaufman to share the podium at the annual Tanglewood Film Night in August 2016. In July 2016, two days before its official theatrical release, Richard conducted the San Diego Symphony in a live performance of Michael Giacchino’s new score for Star Trek Beyond, accompanying the film in its gala world premiere in IMAX.

One of the world’s leading conductors of film music, Kaufman regularly appears with the symphony orchestras of Cleveland, San Francisco, Atlanta, St. Louis, London, Liverpool, Dublin, Indianapolis, San Diego, and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. He is often asked to conduct such legendary film titles as Singin’ in the Rain, The Wizard of Oz, Psycho, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Casablanca, The Bride of Frankenstein, Jaws, Pirates of the Caribbean, Silverado, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Amadeus, and Star Trek.

Kaufman received the 1993 GRAMMY Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance. He supervised music for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios for eighteen years, receiving two Emmy nominations.

Johannes  Moser

Johannes Moser Cello

Hailed by Gramophone Magazine as "one of the finest among the astonishing gallery of young virtuoso cellists", German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser has performed with the world’s leading orchestras including the Berliner Philharmoniker, Los Angeles Philharmonic, BBC Philharmonic at the Proms, London Symphony, Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest, and Tokyo NHK Symphony Orchestras.

Johannes recently won his third ECHO Klassik Award as ‘Instrumentalist of the Year 2017’ for his Russian Recital disk on the label PENTATONE, for whom he records exclusively. He will return to the studio in late 2017 to record the Lutoslawski and Dutilleux concertos.

In the 2017/18 season Johannes performs widely in the USA and Europe, including an extensive tour of his newly formed piano with Yevgeny Sudbin and Vadim Gluzman.

Renowned for his efforts to expand the reach of the classical genre as well as his passionate focus on new music, Johannes has recently been heavily involved in commissioning works by Julia Wolfe, Ellen Reid, Thomas Agerfeld Olesen, Johannes Kalitzke, Jelena Firsowa and Andrew Norman. He will take part in the European Premiere of Gubaidulina’s Triple Concerto with the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra in October 2017.
Throughout his career, Johannes has been committed to reaching out to all audiences, from kindergarten to college and beyond. He combines most of his concert engagements with masterclasses, school visits and preconcert lectures.

Johannes Moser plays on an Andrea Guarneri Cello from 1694 from a private collection.