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OSCAR® Goes to the Symphony

Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 8pm 
At Stamford's Palace Theatre

Ted Sperling, Guest Conductor

DUKAS  The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Fantasia)
BEETHOVEN  Symphony No. 7 
                        ii. Allegretto (The King’s Speech)
PROKOFIEV   Lt. Kije - Wedding and Troika 
BARBER  Adagio for Strings (Platoon)
JOPLIN  Selections from The Sting
               The Easy Winners, Solace, The Entertainer
STEINER  Tara's Theme, (Gone With the Wind)
MANCINI  Theme from The Pink Panther
                  Moon River from Breakfast at Tiffany's
MASCAGNI  Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana (The Godfather)
             
Elmer BERNSTEIN  Theme from The Magnificent Seven
MORRICONE  Theme from Cinema Paradiso
WILLIAMS  Opening Credits, Star Wars
WILLIAMS  Theme from Schindler’s List
WILLIAMS  Raider’s March, Raiders of the Lost Ark

 

 


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Meet Ted Sperling (Click on the video link for his personal message)

Ted Sperling is renowned for his work in the worlds of musical theater, opera, symphonic work and film scoring. He is a 2005 Tony and Drama Desk Award winner for his work on the Broadway musical, The Light in the Piazza, and is the musical director for My Fair Lady at Lincoln Center TheaterMr. Sperling is the Artistic Director of MasterVoices, a performing arts organization in New York City that produces concert presentations of operas, oratorios and rare musical theater works at Carnegie Hall, New York City Center, Lincoln Center, and other venues. Mr. Sperling has conducted many of the major orchestras in the US and abroad, including recent performances with the San Francisco Symphony, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, New York Philharmonic, Boston Pops, Chicago Symphony, Iceland Symphony; he was principal conductor of the Westchester Symphony for six seasons. Mr. Sperling started his symphonic career as a violist and assistant conductor for the Stamford Symphony in 1983, and had the pleasure of returning last season this season to conduct performances of Handel’s Messiah. You can catch in as Steve Allen in the final episode of the second season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” For more information, visit www.tedsperling.net

 

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