George Daughtery Conductor
“Bugs Bunny at the Symphony 30” (complete with film)
Brilliant Warner Bros. Looney Tunes like “What’s Opera, Doc?”, “Corny Concerto,” and “The Rabbit of Seville” have introduced the exhilarating experience of classical music to generations of audiences worldwide over the past 80 years. Bring the whole family to experience over a dozen of these beloved cartoons projected on the big screen, while their extraordinary original Carl Stalling and Milt Franklyn scores are played live by The Philadelphia Orchestra. (In the hilarious “Long Haired-Hare,” Bugs even masquerades as the Orchestra’s iconic Leopold Stokowski, music director from 1912 to 1941!) This new edition celebrates the 30th anniversary of this critically acclaimed production that has delighted audiences all over the world for three decades. Created and produced by George Daugherty and David Ka Lik Wong.
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