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The ultimate “surround-sound” movie event: legendary music scores brought to life by the New York Philharmonic while you watch films on a towering screen above the Orchestra.
Feel the suspense as the orchestra plays Bernard Herrmann’s spine-tingling score to Hitchcock’s classic thriller Psycho on September 13 – 14 at 8 pm at David Geffen Hall (10 Lincoln Center, New York, NY 10023).
For more information, visit nyphil.org/1920/psycho-in-concert.
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