National Symphony Orchestra to Perform “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” Score
Looking to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter? The National Symphony Orchestra has you covered with a live performance of the score from “The Sorcerer’s Stone,” at Wolf Trap, July 7 and 8.
If you love Harry Potter, the 20th anniversary of the first novel’s release will make you feel all kinds of feelings. You might feel old, or maybe you’re longing for a simpler time when “He Who Shall Not Be Named” was actually used to refer to Voldemort and not the President of the United States. One thing is certain: the occasion calls for some form of celebration, and the National Symphony Orchestra is doing it in style. On July 7 and 8, the orchestra will perform the entire score for “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” as the film plays on a large screen at the Filene Center in Wolf Trap, Virginia.
The film will be projected in High Definition on screens in house and across the lawn. As if the occasion couldn’t get any cooler, attendees are encouraged to dress up as their favorite wizarding-inspired characters.
Here is what the Wolf Trap website has to say about the event:
The Harry Potter™ film series is one of those once-in-a-lifetime cultural phenomena that continues to delight millions of fans around the world. This concert will feature the National Symphony Orchestra performing every note from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™. Audiences will be able to relive the magic of the film in high-definition on a giant screen while hearing the orchestra perform John Williams’ unforgettable score.”
Prices for tickets range between $38 and $58, and there are dozens still available, from orchestra seating to the cheaper lawn seats. Click this link to purchase your own!
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