The music of John Williams and Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition"

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The music of John Williams and Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition"

Orchestra Santa Monica opens its 10th Anniversary Season with the music of John Williams and LA Phil guest artist Thomas Hooten (trumpet)

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Barnum Hall 600 Olympic Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90405

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In 2012, Orchestra Santa Monica performed it's first concert in Barnum Hall. Ten years later, the orchestra is back in this historic location, celebrating it's 10th year bringing exciting, high quality live music to the whole community.

This season-opening concert will feature music from the movie "Lincoln", composed by John Williams and the Arutiunian Trumpet Concerto, featuring LA Philharmonic principal trumpet, Thomas Hooten. The orchestra will perform Ravel's arrangement of Mussorgsky's masterpiece of imagination, the "Pictures at an Exhibition" suite.

To mark this anniversary season, tickets to this performance will be free for everyone!

Visit www.orchestrasantamonica.org for more information about the orchestra and our 10th anniversary season.