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David Geffen Hall

Price Range

$40 - $130


Concert Duration

1 hour 45 minutes
Date & Times


May, 2014

Thursday, 7:30 PM


May, 2014

Friday, 8:00 PM


May, 2014

Saturday, 8:00 PM

Event Info
From the Toy Story trilogy to Finding Nemo, Wall-E and UP, Pixar has given audiences of all ages some of the most touching and memorable moments in movie history. Now, together with visually stunning film clips from all 14 Pixar hits, you can enjoy these remarkable scores performed as only the New York Philharmonic can.

This concert is for adults and children ages five and up.

Due to Avery Fisher Hall policies, children four and under are not permitted in the hall for these concerts.


David Newman


David Newman



David Newman is one of today’s most accomplished creators of music for film. In his 25-year career he has scored more than 100 films, ranging from War of the Roses, Matilda, Bowfinger, and Heathers to the more recent Tarzan and Serenity. Mr. Newman’s music has brought to life the critically acclaimed dramas Brokedown Palace and Hoffa; top-grossing comedies Galaxy Quest, The Nutty Professor, and Throw Mama From the Train; and award-winning animated films Ice Age and The Brave Little Toaster. He holds an Academy Award® nomination for his score to the animated feature Anastasia. David Newman is also a highly sought-after conductor and appears with leading orchestras throughout the world. He has led subscription weeks with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at Walt Disney Concert Hall; regularly conducts the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl; and leads the annual movie night at the Hollywood Bowl. In July 2011, he premiered West Side Story (film with live orchestra) with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl and has conducted the work with numerous orchestras in the U.S. and abroad, including the New York Philharmonic. Mr. Newman has also premiered the film-with-live-orchestra projects Back to the Future (May 2015, Lucerne, Orchestra of the 21st Century) and E.T. — The Extra-Terrestrial (September 2015, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl). He has spent considerable time unearthing and restoring film music classics for the concert hall, and headed the Sundance Institute’s music preservation program in the late 1980s. He continues that work while serving on the board of the American Youth Symphony since 2007. The son of nine-time Oscar®-winning composer Alfred Newman, David Newman was born in Los Angeles in 1954. He studied violin and piano from an early age and earned degrees in orchestral conducting and violin performance from the University of Southern California. From 1977 to 1982 he worked extensively in the motion picture and television industry. David Newman made his Philharmonic debut in September 2011 leading Bernstein’s score to West Side Story as the complete film was screened.

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