The Music of John Williams

Saturday, May 11, 2019 – 7:30 p.m. The Palace Theatre |

  • John Williams has won five Oscars, four Golden Globes, seven BAFTAs and 21 Grammys. With 48 Oscar nominations, he is second only to Walt Disney as the most nominated person ever.
  • Get out your favorite Indy, Star Wars and Harry Potter outfits – costumes are strongly encouraged! Judges will award a prize to their favorite costume. Theme drinks available for purchase including the “Yoda” and Butter Beer.


    Tribune-Review Westmoreland Symphony closes season with movie music program May 9, 2019

    Program – Conducted by Artistic Director Daniel Meyer

    Star Wars Suite
    Harry Potter
    Jurassic Park
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Olympic Fanfare
    Far & Away
    Across The Stars
    The Patriot
    Catch Me if You Can
    Jason Kush, saxophone


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