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“Two hours of Pixar music is pure magic.”
Broadway World (The San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall)
“...Breathtaking...it's a great treat for kids and not a bad way to introduce them to the wonders of hearing an orchestra perform live.”
Hit Fix (Hollywood Bowl Orchestra)

From the Toy Story trilogy to The Incredibles, Coco and Up, Pixar has forever changed filmmaking while giving us some of the most beloved characters in cinematic history. Now, Pixar is coming to you like you've never heard or seen it before: in concert with live symphony orchestra.

This visually stunning, high-definition, multi-media family show features montages of memorable clips from many of Pixar’s films — including Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, Cars, Ratatouille, WALL•E, Cars 2, Monsters University, Inside Out , Finding Dory, and Incredibles 2 — all accompanied by live symphony orchestra.

These great scores by Randy Newman, Thomas Newman and Michael Giacchino have collectively won 8 Grammys, 3 Academy Awards, and 1 Golden Globe. In addition to these wins, they have been nominated for 8 Grammys, 9 Oscars, and 3 Golden Globes.

“The aural sensation was thrilling… Musicians' fingers flew across the strings as Mr. Incredible's son Dash outran villains. Percussion boomed as Buzz, Woody and the gang from "Toy Story 3" approached a fiery doom…The most important lesson for the children, and maybe for some of the adults as well, was that orchestral music does not equate to stuffy or grown-up, elitist or boring…when an arts writer sees so many children enjoying the power of live music, that's inspiring." "The aural sensation was thrilling… Musicians' fingers flew across the strings as Mr. Incredible's son Dash outran villains. Percussion boomed as Buzz, Woody and the gang from "Toy Story 3" approached a fiery doom…The most important lesson for the children, and maybe for some of the adults as well, was that orchestral music does not equate to stuffy or grown-up, elitist or boring…when an arts writer sees so many children enjoying the power of live music, that's inspiring.”
Orlando Sentinel (Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra at Dr. Phillips Center for the Arts)