Experience your favorite films in a new light with the SF Symphony Film Series. The 2021-2022 lineup is absolutely not to be missed!
The San Francisco Symphony has just begun live, in-person performances again, and they have an absolutely stellar lineup of concerts on the docket. One beloved series that has caught our eye is the Film Series, which will screen classic movies to the music of a live orchestra! Hear your favorite soundtracks from films including Home Alone, Skyfall, Toy Story, The Matrix, and more.
Here’s the film concert lineup through 2022:
- Love Actually – December 14-15, 2021
- Home Alone – December 16 and 18, 2021
- Back to the Future – January 7-8, 2022
- Skyfall – March 16-17, 2022
- Toy Story in Concert – March 18-19, 2022
- The Matrix – July 1-2, 2022
The SF Symphony will also have 2 special film performances: March 27 will see silent film The General, and June 29 will see a Judy Garland tribute called Get Happy: A Judy Garland Centennial Celebration.
These unbelievable renditions of cult classic films in concert give viewers a chance to appreciate the artistry of the soundtracks. Hear the SF Symphony’s decorated musicians celebrate award-winning composers including John Williams, Craig Armstrong, Alan Silvestri, and Randy Newman. Cinephiles and music lovers alike can appreciate these one-of-a-kind concerts, and the work that goes into performing the entire soundtrack start to finish for a live audience.
The SF Symphony’s Film Series lineup is excellent on its own, but don’t turn a blind eye to their other upcoming concerts! See Exotic Birds featuring Debussy, Messiaen and Saariaho; a riveting Dia de los Muertos performance, and of course their joyful holiday series which includes soul, mariachi, brass, and more music styles.
Be advised that the concerts are operating at full audience capacity and all guests must provide complete vaccination proof and wear a mask.
Find Davies Symphony Hall at 201 Van Ness Ave in San Francisco.
Featured image: © 1990 Twentieth Century Fox. Courtesy of SF Symphony