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John Williams' Music of the Movies - SOLD OUT

Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Orchestral Series
Wednesday, July 5, 2023 at 6pm Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

This concert is now Sold Out - Please contact the box office to be considered for the wait list at 877.812.5700 or email ticketing@bravovail.org

Jeff Tyzik and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra celebrate John Williams, the most recognized cinematic composer of our time, in an evening featuring his beloved soundtracks, from Star Wars and Jurassic Park to Superman and more.  

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra delivers uplifting, entertaining, and enriching musical experiences worldwide. This summer, the Orchestra returns to Bravo! Vail with a rich lineup that includes classical favorites and exciting pops programs.

All artists, programs, and pricing are subject to change.​

Program Details

This event is now SOLD OUT. Please contact the box office at 877.812.5700 or email tickets@bravovail.org to be considered for the wait list. 

Jeff Tyzik, conductor

“Raiders’ March” from Raiders of the Lost Ark 

“Theme from Jaws” from the Jaws Suite 

Theme from Schindler’s List 

“Devil’s Dance” from The Witches of Eastwick 

Theme from Jurassic Park 

“Sayuri’s Theme” from Memoirs of a Geisha 

“Harry’s Wonderous World” from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone 

“Prayer” from Angela’s Ashes 

“Adventures on Earth” from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 

Superman March 

“Tango (por una cabeza)” from Scent of a Woman 

Close Encounters of the Third Kind Suite 

“With Malice Toward None” from Lincoln 

Selections from the Star Wars Suite 

     III. “Imperial March” 

     II. “Princess Leia’s Theme 

     I. “Main Title” 


Guest Artist

Jeff Tyzik


Program Notes

“Raiders’ March,” from Raiders of the Lost Ark

“Theme from Jaws,” from the Jaws Suite

Theme from Schindler’s List
Eunice Keem, violin

“Devil’s Dance,” from The Witches of Eastwick

Theme from Jurassic Park

“Sayuri’s Theme,” from Memoirs of a Geisha

“Harry’s Wondrous World,” from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

“Prayer,” from Angela’s Ashes
Erin Hannigan, oboe

Adventures on Earth,” from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial


(18 minutes)

Superman March

“Tango (Por una cabeza),” from The Scent of a Woman
Eunice Keem, violin

Excerpts from Close Encounters of the Third Kind

“With Malice Toward None,” from Lincoln

Selections from the Star Wars Suite
“Imperial March”
“Princess Leia’s Theme"
“Main Title”

Did you know?

There have been other illustrious film composers, but John Williams is in a league of his own. He has written scores for over a hundred films, racking up 53 Oscar nominations, more than anybody in history except for Walt Disney.