‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ will be back on the big screen in a live symphonic concert!

We now have a chance to see ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ on the big screen, and now with live symphonic orchestra!

‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ (1977) is the very first movie among the Star Wars saga, and it is also the film where composer John Williams won an Academy Award for Best Original Score in the Oscars. All nine of the Star Wars saga films to date are also scored by Williams.

After bringing Call Me By Your Name and Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone in concert to Manila, this 2020, CC: Concepts will be presenting ‘Star Wars: A New Hope In Concert’ where fans can experience seeing the 1977 film in a live symphonic concert! It will be featuring a screening of the complete film while the soundtrack will be performed live by the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra to be led by acclaimed conductor Gerard Salonga.

RELATED: We Watched Harry Potter with a Live Orchestra and it Was Magical

‘Star Wars: A New Hope in Concert’ debuts on May 30-31, 2020 and ticket selling starts on February 28, 2020. Save the date! For more information, visit CC: Concept’s website at https://ccconcepts.ph/ or check them out on Facebook and Instagram (@cc.concepts.ph).

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