On Friday 30th and Saturday 31st of December, the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Constantine Kitsopoulos, will preform Alan Silvestri‘s dazzling score for Back to the Future (1985), while the full movie is being screened at the Boston Symphony Hall (Massachusetts, MA – USA).
As an extra, indicate that twenty minutes of new music have been added, prepared by Alan Silvestri himself for these concerts, which have been produced by Universal Studios and U-Drive Joint Venture.
To spice up the event, don’t miss the screen-accurate replica of the DeLorean Time Machine from Back to the Future, plus mannequins representing Doc, Marty, and Einstein, and such iconic props as the flux capacitor and hoverboards! The vehicle will be on display in the parking lot opposite the Symphony Hall Stage Door (to the right as you face the Mass. Ave. entrance) before and after each performance.
You can also take a quiz to win a chance to take a ride in a DeLorean on December 30, at 2:30pm. Winner will be chosen at random from those who completed quiz correctly and the ride will start and end at Symphony Hall and last approximately 15 minutes.
There are still tickets available for these Christmas functions, with prices ranging $ 46 and $ 95, on the following links:
- Friday 12/30/16 – 12:00 pm – https://www.bso.org/Performance/Detail/82718/
- Friday 12/30/16 – 7:00 pm – https://www.bso.org/Performance/Detail/82719/
- Saturday 12/31/16 – 12:00 pm – https://www.bso.org/Performance/Detail/82720/
Promotional video of the concert: