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Celebrate Halloween 2014 With The “Danny Elfman’s Music From The Films Of Tim Burton” Concert

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Batman, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Beetlejuice. You can hear them all live at the Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton concert.

The unique program with the Hollywood Studio Symphony and choir, conducted by John Mauceri, will take place at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on Friday, October 31 at 8 pm and Honda Center on Sunday November 2.

Presale tickets available 10am to 10pm June 5th at AXS.com /Ticketmaster.com with the special code ELFMAN. Tickets go on sale for the general public June 6th.

The program includes newly created suites from all sixteen film collaborations of the legendary composer Danny Elfman and visionary director Tim Burton. Elfman himself will perform his songs from “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” He was the singing voice of Jack Skellington in the 1993 classic film. The concert will be accompanied with large screen film clips, and the artwork of Tim Burton.

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This will be Elfman’s second live U.S. performance since his Farewell: Live from the Universal Amphitheatre concert with Oingo Boingo on Halloween, 1995, and the second anniversary of the West Coast performance of the concert. Last year’s concert sold-out within days the tickets were made available. Elfman returns for the Southern California concerts following SOLD OUT concerts in seven countries including the legendary Royal Albert Hall in London.

Danny Elfman’s Music From The Films Of Tim Burton is produced by Columbia Artists Management Inc & Kraft- Engel Management.

Tickets priced from $55.00 are available through AXS.com & through Ticketmaster.com, and by phone at (888) 929-7849 or (800) 745-3000.

Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE is located at 777 Chick Hearn Ct., Los Angeles, CA 90015. Honda Center is located at 2695 E. Katella Ave., Anaheim, CA 92806.

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The orchestral performance will include music from Batman, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Beetlejuice, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, Alice In Wonderland and others on the program. Among the most popular films of our times, the films featured in this concert have grossed over four billion dollars worldwide.

The concert is conducted by John Mauceri featuring an 87-piece orchestra and 45-person choir. Mauceri, regarded as one of the world’s leading conductors of live film music, was Director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra for 15 years.  For his farewell concert in 2006 Mauceri commissioned Danny Elfman to compose The Overeager Overture.  Mauceri also conducted the recording of Elfman’s classical work, Serenada Schizophrana.

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Danny Elfman and Tim Burton’s collaboration has spanned nearly 30 years from Pee-wee’s Big Adventure (1985) through Frankenweenie (2012).

They are currently working together on Big Eyes starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz about painter Margaret Keane.

Elfman has received numerous accolades including a Grammy Award for Batman, four “Best Score” Academy Award nominations for Milk, Good Will Hunting, Men In Black and Tim Burton’s Big Fish and three Golden Globe nomination for Alice In Wonderland, Big Fish and The Nightmare Before Christmas. The retrospective box set Danny Elfman & Tim Burton’s 25th Anniversary Music Box from Warner Bros. Records was nominated for a Grammy. Elfman’s recent scores include American Hustle and Mr. Peabody & Sherman.

“Having a particular style is not bad,” says Elfman, “but I prefer to push myself in the direction of being a composer who you never know what he’s doing next.”

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