Skip to comments.First Oscar Concert Honors Nominated Composers
Posted on 02/13/2014 9:34:50 AM PST by EveningStar
After 85 years, Oscar is putting on his very first concert, and there are plans to televise future shows worldwide.
The motion picture academy will present a live Oscar Concert in the days leading up to the 86th annual Academy Awards that celebrates the year's nominated music. The Feb. 27 concert at UCLA's Royce Hall will feature all five original scores performed by an 80-piece orchestra conducted by each nominated composer, plus performances of the four original songs up for Oscars this year.
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Idina Menzel won’t be singing “Let it Go”? Darn.
Well—she does have a new musical “If/Then” opening on Broadway soon.
This tops anything:
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I’d rather hear Indina sing the song from Frozen, and my crush Pharrell sing Happy.
I love Royce hall. I’m a bruin.
Bet the Missouri football player who came out will get big play at the Oscars. Probably be asked to award top movie of the year.
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