The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera has set a deadline of Friday, Feb. 15, for reservations to the Southeast Film Music Symposium, set for March 1-3.
Space is limited for the inaugural event, which includes presentations by professionals in the film music industry, a movie screening, concert rehearsals and performances that showcase film composing.
Chattanooga native George S. Clinton, whose credits include film scores for the Austin Powers, Mortal Kombat and The Santa Clause franchises, is the artistic adviser for the symposium.
Admission is $150, which grants entry into the opening reception, screening of "These Amazing Shadows," seminars and presentations, Saturday lunch, "Hooray for Hollywood" and "The Matrix Live" rehearsals and concerts. A student rate of $50 is available for Saturday's symposium events through dress rehearsal.
Individual tickets to "The Matrix Live" and "Hooray for Hollywood" also are available. To view a downloadable brochure, visit www.southeastfilmmusic.org.
Questions? Call 423-267-8583.
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