See High Noon this month as part of Utah Symphony film series

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Paul Meecham, President and CEO of Utah Symphony and Opera, announced a classic western score that will be performed live by its orchestra.

After the successes of live performances of films such as Harry Potter and The Sorcerer Stone and Indiana Jones, the original film High Noon was chosen as part of a partnership with the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and their exhibit called ‘Go West: The Art of the American Frontier’. 

High Noon description:

Saddle up for the greatest showdown in the history of cinema! In his Oscar-winning role for best actor, Gary Cooper stars as a lawman who stands alone to defend his town against a gang of revenge-seeking outlaws. You’ll be on the edge of your seat as High Noon plays on the big screen while the Utah Symphony performs the intense music of Dimitri Tiomkin’s award-winning score live.

Utah Symphony – Zions Bank Films In Concert Series

Music by Dimitri Tiomkin

Artists: TBD, conductor | Utah Symphony

When: Sat 2/17/18 7:00PM

Tickets availble at UtahSymphony.org

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