Back In Time…1985 Live! Concert

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  • Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) May 19, 2015 - On Thursday, June 11, 2015, the Golden State Pops Orchestra (GSPO) will celebrate the most iconic film scores of 1985 with Back in Time… 1985 Live at the at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center (1935 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Redondo Beach, CA). Presented with Varèse Live, the debut concert will feature the scores from Back to the Future, The Goonies, St. Elmo's Fire, and more. The venue will also display a special Delorean exhibit. Tickets for this one-of-a-kind concert are available now online or by phone at 310-433-8774.

    The Golden State Pops Orchestra will perform the program under the direction of the Maestro Steven Allen Fox, along with GSPO Chorale directed by Maestra Marya Basaraba, with Varèse Sarabande producer Robert Townson hosting. Special guest composers in attendance will include Academy Award® nominee David Newman, Academy® Award nominee Bruce Broughton, Emmy winner Jeff Beal, Emmy nominee Christopher Lennertz, Academy® Award winner David Shire and more.

    The Golden State Pops Orchestra was founded in 2002 by conductor and composer Steven Allen Fox, a graduate of the USC Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television (SMPTV) program, fellow graduate, composer Joshua Godoy and L.A. based arranger and orchestrator Victor Pesavento. Since 2004, the GSPO has become the resident orchestra of the Warner Grand Theatre, and has grown into the leading film music orchestra in the U.S. It continues to specialize in live performances of film scores, and frequently introduces new film music repertoire to its audiences; music that has not been performed since it was first recorded at the original scoring sessions. In 2005, the orchestra gave the North American concert premiere of film composer John Williams' Battle of the Heroes from Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith as part of its all-Star Wars concert. Since 2005, the orchestra has presented over seventy world premieres to its audiences, both from recent films such as Drag Me to Hell, Avatar, Astro Boy, Superman Returns, and Scream as well as older films such as Three Amigos, Mysterious Island, and The Fall of the Roman Empire.

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