The San Francisco Symphony performs the score of Hitchcock’s Vertigo along with the film on November 1. One hour prior to the presentation of Vertigo on November 1, Steven Smith will give an informal talk from the Davies Symphony Hall stage to shed light on the working relationship of Alfred Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann.
Experience thrillers from the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, accompanied live by the Symphony and featuring the US premiere of Vertigo with orchestra, Psycho, and more.
Wed Oct 30 8pm: Psycho complete with Orchestra
Thu Oct 31 7:30pm: The Lodger: Silent Film with Organ
Fri Nov 1 8pm: US Premiere: Vertigo complete with Orchestra
Sat Nov 2 8pm Hitchcock! Greatest Hits (with North by Northwest)News
An article by Vincent Dowd for the BBC World Service:News
The Warwick Arts Centre in Warwick, UK is showing the 1999 moving image installation by Douglas Gordon at the Mead Gallery from 1 May 2012 to 23 June 2012 alongside his new work Zidane, which follows the famous footballer. The event is called Maestros.
In Feature Film the camera hones in on conductor James Conlon as he leads the Paris Opera Orchestra conducting all of Herrmann’s music for Vertigo,
Ludovic Bource won an the Oscar for the best original score.
A scene in the film uses the music from Bernard Herrmann’s Vertigo (Scene d’Amour)
The score has also won the following awards previously:
BAFTA Award for Best Film Music
European Film Award for Best Composer
Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score