Fall is officially upon us. And while cooler weather may be on the horizon, the San Francisco Symphony is heating things up with its latest immersive cinematic creation at Davies Symphony Hall.
On Oct. 30, the Symphony is bringing 2017's smash-hit thriller "Get Out" — and its chilling, award-winning score — to life for a one-night-only performance, just in time for Halloween.
Jordan Peele's Oscar-nominated film follows Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) as he meets his girlfriend Rose's (Allison Williams) parents during a weekend getaway at the family's estate.
Initially, Chris brushes off Rose's parents' nervous demeanor and seemingly overly accommodating behavior as nothing more than an attempt to come to terms with their interracial relationship. But a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries reveal a truth that Chris could have never imagined.
With composer Michael Abels conducting, an appearance from the DC6 Singers (the original singers from the film) and an array of guest vocalists, you won't want to miss this acclaimed film projected on the big screen as the SF Symphony performs live.
Be sure to buy tickets early before they sell out!
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