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									Saturday, July 26, 8pm

arr. WILLIAMS                   Tribute to the Film Composer
KORNGOLD                        March from The Adventures of Robin Hood
WAXMAN                          Suite from A Place In The Sun
                                KENNETH RADNOVSKY, alto saxophone
WILLIAMS                        “Flight To Neverland” from Hook
WILLIAMS                        Theme from Sabrina
                                TAMARA SMIRNOVA, violin soloist
WILLIAMS                        Excerpts from Close Encounters of the Third Kind
NEWMAN                          Conquest from Captain from Castile


PORTER (arr. WILLIAMS) -“Anything Goes” from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
WILLIAMS               Opening sequence from Raiders of the Lost Ark
WILLIAMS               “Irina’s Theme” from Indiana Jones and
                        the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Techniques of Film Scoring: The Circus Train Chase
WILLIAMS                    Opening sequence from Indiana Jones and
                             the Last Crusade
Two Selections from Kingdom of the Crystal Skull:
WILLIAMS                    “The Crystal Spell”
WILLIAMS                    “The Adventures of Mutt”
WILLIAMS                    Raiders March

  Boston Pops at Tanglewood Series sponsored by Cunard Line.
  Film montages produced by Dick Bartlett, Susan Dangel, Laura Gibson, and Laurent Bouzereau
Bank of America is proud to sponsor the 2008 Tanglewood season.
Steinway and Sons Pianos, selected exclusively for Tanglewood
Special thanks to Commonwealth Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation
In consideration of the performers and those around you, cellular phones, pagers, and watch alarms
  should be switched off during the concert.
Please do not take pictures during the concert. Flashes, in particular, are distracting to the performers
  and to other audience members.
Note that the use of audio or video recording during performances in the Koussevitzky Music Shed or
  Ozawa Hall is prohibited.
John Williams
In January 1980 John Williams was named 19th Conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra since its
founding in 1885. He assumed the title of Boston Pops Laureate Conductor following his retirement
in December 1993 and currently holds the title of Artist-in-Residence at Tanglewood. Born in New
York, Mr. Williams attended UCLA, studied composition privately with Mario Castelnuovo-
Tedesco, and attended the Juilliard School, where he studied piano with Madame Rosina Lhévinne.
He worked as a jazz pianist before beginning his career in the film studios, where he worked with
such composers as Bernard Herrmann, Alfred Newman, and Franz Waxman. He went on to write
music for many television programs in the 1960s and has won four Emmy awards for his work. John
Williams has composed the music and served as music director for more than 100 films, including
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Munich, Memoirs of a Geisha, War of the
Worlds, all six films in the Star Wars series, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, The
Terminal, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Catch Me If You Can, Minority Report, Harry
Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, The Patriot, Angela’s Ashes, Stepmom,
Saving Private Ryan, Amistad, The Lost World, Rosewood, Sleepers, Nixon, Sabrina, Schindler’s
List, Jurassic Park, Home Alone 2, Far and Away, JFK, Hook, Home Alone, Presumed Innocent,
Born on the Fourth of July, the first three Indiana Jones films, The Accidental Tourist, Empire of the
Sun, The Witches of Eastwick, E.T. (the Extra-Terrestrial), Superman, Close Encounters of the Third
Kind, Jaws, and Goodbye, Mr. Chips. Mr. Williams has received 45 Academy Award nominations,
making him the Academy’s most nominated living person, and has been awarded five Oscars, seven
British Academy Awards, twenty Grammys, four Emmys, and four Golden Globes, as well as several
gold and platinum records. He served as Grand Marshal of the 2004 Tournament of Roses parade and
was a 2004 recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors.
In addition to his film music, Mr. Williams has written many concert pieces, including two
symphonies, and concertos for bassoon, cello, flute, violin, clarinet, tuba, and trumpet. His Soundings
was commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic for the opening of Disney Hall in October 2003,
and his Horn Concerto was premiered in November 2003 by the Chicago Symphony and its principal
horn Dale Clevenger. He composed Call of the Champions for the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake
City, the NBC News theme “The Mission,” “Liberty Fanfare,” composed for the rededication of the
Statue of Liberty, “We’re Lookin’ Good!,” composed for the Special Olympics in celebration of the
1987 International Summer Games, the themes for the 1984, 1988, and 1996 Summer Olympic
Games, and Tributes! (for Seiji), honoring Seiji Ozawa’s 25th anniversary as BSO music director.
Many of Mr. Williams’s film scores have been released as recordings; the soundtrack album to Star
Wars has sold more than four million copies. He has also led a highly acclaimed series of albums
with the Boston Pops Orchestra on Philips and Sony Classical. Mr. Williams has led both the Boston
Pops Orchestra and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra on tour. He has conducted the Boston
Symphony Orchestra both at Symphony Hall and at Tanglewood and has appeared as guest conductor
with many major orchestras, including the London Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, the
Philadelphia Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony, the Pittsburgh Symphony, the Dallas Symphony, the
San Francisco Symphony, the National Symphony Orchestra, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic,
with which he has appeared many times at the Hollywood Bowl. With the BSO and violinist Gil
Shaham, Mr. Williams has recorded his Violin Concerto, TreeSong, and Three Pieces from
Schindler’s List for Deutsche Grammophon. Mr. Williams holds honorary degrees from twenty-one
American universities, including the Juilliard School, Berklee College of Music in Boston, Boston
College, Northeastern University, Tufts University, Boston University, the New England
Conservatory of Music, the University of Massachusetts at Boston, the Eastman School of Music, the
Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and the University of Southern California.
Phyllis Hoffman, Director
Dr. Scott Allen Jarrett, Conductor, Young Artists Vocal Program Chorus
Justin Thomas Blackwell, Assistant Conductor
Clare Maloney, Program Coordinator

Adrienne Arditti • Bridget Casey • Ilana Goldstein • Hannah Goodman • Rebecca Griffin •
Emily Haden • Camile Holland • Courtney Kalbacker * • Rachel Kornetsky • Nada Lahigdi
• Eryn Le Croy • Abby Lindig • Suzanne Lis • Nicole Patrick • Blaire Pingeton •
Christine Price • Elizabeth Reeves • Emma Rosenthal • Raquel Rozner • Emma Siegel •
Rachel Snow • Jessica Snyder • Jennifer Soloway • Caroline St. Louis • Deena Tumeh •
Katie Woolf * • Isabelle Zeledon
Amber Brent • Christina Chapin • Gwendolyn Coburn • Julia Deutsch • Shelley Dexter * •
Sophia Feddersen • Emily Giarrusso • Rebecca Herlich • Jessica Hoffman • Zhibing Huang
• Elizabeth Kang • Sophie Kazis • Olivia Kenwell • Stephanie Lamprea • Elizabeth Loftus
• Alyssa Narum • Jessica Nicolet • Ilana Pomerantz • Kelsey Popovich • Emily Richey •
Ariana Samuelson • Hannah Strong • Stephanie von Guten • Rebecca Whittington
Matthew Brewer • Taylor Brewer • Tevin Brown • George Case * • Yon Yak Goo •
Bernardo Jaime • Benjamin Lee • Sam Levenson • Alexander Novello • Timothy Parsons •
Payam Paysepar • Howard Shaver • Marcus Shields • Carlos Teixeira • Alex Vollmer
Joseph Baker • Nicholas Blaney • Patrick Gagnon * • Jeremy Geller • Avery Griffin * •
Glenn Healy • Max Henke • Luc Kleiner • Darius Lee • Robert McGinness • Jonathan
Mendoza • Will Peterson • Michael Radzwilla • DeCarlo Raspberry • Jonathan Schechner
• Daniel Schwait • Isaac White • A. Brian Zimmerman

*Denotes Young Artists Vocal Program faculty

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