Why See Boston Pops - E.T.?
True Movie Magic
Relive the magic of Steven Spielberg's classic E.T., with the Boston Pops playing the score live to a screening of the movie. Keith Lockhart is the conductor.
Released in 1982, E.T. remains one of Spielberg's most beloved works. It tells the story of a young boy named Elliott who befriends a lovable alien, who has become stranded on earth. Working together to return E.T. to his home planet, the pair must avoid the clutches of a shadowy government agency who want to capture the extra-terrestrial for scientific research. Featuring many iconic moments, such as the bicycle flying in front of the moon, the film is elevated by John Williams unforgettable score, which garnered the composer his fourth Academy Award.
Performance date: 12 May 2017
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