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CREATING THE HOLLYWOOD SOUND
Exiled Jewish, classical music composers Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Miklós Rózsa, and Franz Waxman, who made major contributions to American movies with their musical film scores, are the focus of the Madison Symphony Orchestra’s March 6-8, 2015, weekend of concerts and talks.

British violinist and musical activist Daniel Hope, who has done extensive research on these topics and recorded some of their classical and film score music, will be the featured guest artist at the concerts and featured speaker at several events.

Explore this compelling weekend of music and history below!

WEEKEND SCHEDULE
All events are in Madison, Wisconsin

FRIDAY, MARCH 6
11:40 a.m.-Magic of Music Lunch-Blackhawk Country Club, 3606 Blackhawk Dr.
Meet violinist Daniel Hope and learn about the composers and concerts. Tickets are $25 each.
Call (608) 257-3734 with credit card information.
6:30 p.m.-Pre-Concert Talk-"Prelude Discussion"-Overture Hall, 201 State St.
with Teryl Dobbs, UW-Madison Assoc. Professor, Music Education. Free with concert ticket.
7:30 p.m.-Composers in Exile: Creating the Hollywood Sound concert-Overture Hall, 201 State St.
with Daniel Hope, violin. Buy tickets.


SATURDAY, MARCH 7
1:30 p.m.-A Deeper Conversation on Composers in Exile-Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, 227 State St.
Featuring Daniel Hope, Violinist and Musical Activist
Teryl Dobbs, UW-Madison Assoc. Professor, Music Education
Pamela Potter, UW-Madison Professor, German and Music
Frank Tuerkheimer, UW-Madison Professor Emeritus, Law, with Holocaust expertise
Moderator Norman Gillliland, Wisconsin Public Radio, classical music host
Free
Read Biographies for the Deeper Conversation Panelists.
7 p.m.-Pre-Concert Talk-"Prelude Discussion"-Overture Hall, 201 State St.
with Teryl Dobbs, UW-Madison Assoc. Professor, Music Education. Free with concert ticket.
with Daniel Hope, violin. Buy tickets.


SUNDAY, MARCH 8
1:30 p.m.-Pre-Concert Talk-"Prelude Discussion"-Overture Hall, 201 State St.
with Teryl Dobbs, UW-Madison Assoc. Professor, Music Education. Free with concert ticket.
2:30 p.m.-Composers in Exile: Creating the Hollywood Sound concert-Overture Hall, 201 State St.
with Daniel Hope, violin. Buy tickets.

GROUP SALES
Groups of 15 or more receive a 25% discount. Call (608) 257-3734.

HOTEL RESERVATIONS
There are a number of area hotels within walking distance of Overture Center for the Arts, including:
The Madison Concourse Hotel: (608) 257-6000 (one-block walk from Overture Center for the Arts)
Best Western Plus-Inn on the Park: (608) 285-8000 (three-block walk from Overture Center for the Arts)