CineConcerts and Warner Bros. Consumer Products are announcing the world premiere of The Harry Potter Film Concert Series, a new concert tour celebrating the Harry Potter films. The tour will feature Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and will kick off this summer, travelling to destinations across North America. The world premiere will take place on June 23rd, 2016 at The Mann Center with the Philadelphia Orchestra performing. Tickets go on sale via MannCenter.org, Ticketmaster.com, or the Mann's Center Box Office. Soon thereafter the tour will appear with such orchestras as the San Diego Symphony, Nashville Symphony, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Grand Rapids Pops and Symphony Silicon Valley.
The tour will feature a live symphony orchestra performing, to picture, 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 40-foot screen while hearing the orchestra perform John Williams’ unforgettable score.
Justin Freer, President of CineConcerts and Producer/Conductor of The Harry Potter Film Concert Series explains, "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. It is with great pleasure that we introduce for the first time ever an opportunity to experience the award-winning music scores played live by a symphony orchestra, all while the beloved film is simultaneously projected onto the big screen. It will be an unforgettable event.”
Brady Beaubien of CineConcerts and Concert Producer for The Harry Potter Film Concert Series added, “Harry Potter is synonymous with excitement around the entire world and we hope that by performing this incredible music with the full movie, audiences will enjoy returning to this world, and to the many wonderful characters and adventures that inhabit it.”
This exciting concert tour series begins with Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone with a score composed by award-winning film composer and Oscar winner, John Williams.