The Lost Symphony

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The ‘Lost’ Symphony

The Honolulu Symphony Toyota Pops with composer-conductor Michael Giacchino, co-conductor Tim Simonec, and narrator and Emmy award winner Terry O’Quinn: In concert: 7:30 p.m. Saturday

Place: Waikiki Shell

Tickets: $36 to $94 (20 percent discount to seniors, students and military)

Call: 792-2000 (days) or 524-0815, ext. 245 (evenings), or visit honolulusymphony.com

The Program

The “Lost” Symphony, accompanied by projected video and narrative interludes by O’Quinn reading “Messages from the Bottle” ACT I
1. “Lost” Main Theme
2. “Solitary” (Sayid, Boone and Shannon’s Theme)
3. “Live Together, Die Alone” (Kate, Sawyer and Jack’s Theme)
4. “Monsters are Such Interesting People”
5. “Island Love Themes” (Claire and Charlie, Sun and Jin, and Rose and Bernard’s Themes)
6. “UnLocke’d Potential” (Locke’s Theme)
7. “The Others”

ACT II
8. “Peace Through Superior Firepower”
9. “Take a Hike”
10. “Dharmacide” (Ben’s Theme)
11. “Travels with Hugo” (Hurley’s Theme)
12. “Devotion” (Mr. Eko and Desmond’s Theme)
13. “Oceans Apart” (Juliet’s Theme)
14. “Under the Knife”
15. “Parting Words”

Here is more on the concert from the Honolulu Star Bulletin.

September 12, 2007

New Dharma Initiative: The ‘Lost’ Symphony

Johnlocke A symphonic piece culled from hours of score for ABC’s “Lost” will receive its premiere in Honolulu on Sept. 22. The Honolulu Symphony Toyota Pops, conducted by Tim Simonec, will perform composer Michael Giacchino’s work with “Lost” star Terry O’Quinn (John Locke) narrating passages.Performance will beheld at the Waikiki Shell. Giacchino has scored all three seasons of “Lost” in addition to the Disney-Pixar film “Ratatouille,” “Mission: Impossible III,” “The Incredibles” and the series “Alias.” “Lost” is mostly shot on Oahu.

Posted by Variety.com * on September 12, 2007 at 12:41

I am a big fan of Michael Giacchino and especially the soundtrack to “The Incredibles”. If you go to this event, please let us know what you thought of the concert. Last year I went to the Lord of the Rings’ Symphony and thoroughly enjoyed it. If you are interested, check here (Lord of the Rings symphony schedule page) to see if it is coming to a venue near you.

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