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The Cleveland Orchestra announces three-concert “At the Movies”

Three great movies with great accompaniment
Three great movies with great accompaniment The Cleveland Orchestra

Three classic films to be shown at Severance Hall with live musical accompaniment

Phantom of the Opera” features improvised organ accompaniment by Todd Wilson

“Disney Fantasia” and “Vertigo” feature The Cleveland Orchestra performing live
Celebrity Series is sponsored by PNC Bank

Back by popular demand, the Cleveland Orchestra announces “At the Movies” with three concerts scheduled for the 2014-2014 season. Featured this coming season will be “Phantom of the Opera”, “Disney’s Fantasia” and Alfred Hitchcock’s classic “Vertigo”. All three movies will be projected on a giant screen above the Severance Hall stage with musical accompaniment performed live. The Cleveland Orchestra’s 2014-15 Celebrity Series is sponsored by PNC Bank.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 will be the screening of the 1925 classic horror film “Phantom of the Opera” with organist Todd Wilson accompanying the film with selections of improvised music on the mighty Norton Memorial Organ, considered one of the finest concert organs ever built. Discover the magic of Disney on Thursday, December 11, 2014 as the Cleveland Orchestra (conducted by Brett Mitchell) performs the soundtrack for “Fantasia”. Brett Mitchell returns with the Orchestra on Friday, February 13, 2014 to add the rich and seductive score of Bernard Herrmann to Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo”.

“PNC Bank is proud to sponsor The Cleveland Orchestra's 2014-15 Celebrity Series,” says Paul Clark, regional president of PNC Bank. “We are delighted for the opportunity to support these concerts so that the whole of the Northeast Ohio community can have the opportunity to experience three very special nights ‘at the movies’ partnered with such world-renowned musicians in the magnificence of Severance Hall.”

“The Orchestra’s Celebrity Series has been a tremendous success,” comments Ross Binnie, chief marketing officer of The Cleveland Orchestra, “and we are extraordinarily pleased to welcome PNC Bank as sponsor for these popular concerts. This series is an essential part of our commitment to play more music for more people each and every year, and by presenting these great movies on the big screen with the excitement of live musical accompaniment, we provide yet another unique kind of concert excitement for our audiences in a way only The Cleveland Orchestra can.”

The popular “At the Movies” program began in 2009 as a three concert series that featured popular programming with the Cleveland Orchestra and has consistently sold out. Each season offers a variety of musical styles from classical orchestrial music, to popular movie scores to jazz.

Series subscriptions are now available for purchase through the Severance Hall Ticket Office, or online at

Subscribers to the “At the Movies” Celebrity Series can also choose to purchase tickets to two special Holiday Celebrity presentations in December: “Vienna Boys Choir” on Tuesday, December 2, and “Natalie MacMaster: Christmas in Cape Breton” with The Cleveland Orchestra on Wednesday, December 17. (Tickets to these Holiday presentations are only available now to series subscribers.)

The 2014-2015 “At the Movies” Series

Severance Hall
October 28 – Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Phantom of the Opera *
Todd Wilson, organ

*Please note that The Cleveland Orchestra does not appear on this program.

Celebrity Series Sponsor: PNC Bank

Severance Hall
December 11 – Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Disney Fantasia: Live In Concert
The Cleveland Orchestra
Brett Mitchell, conductor

Presentation licensed by Disney Concert Library © Disney

Celebrity Series Sponsor: PNC Bank

Severance Hall
February 13 – Friday
8:00 p.m.
The Cleveland Orchestra
Brett Mitchell, conductor

Ticket and parking Information

Concerts take place at Severance Hall, 11001 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland.

Subscriptions for the 2014-15 Celebrity Series are on sale now and start at $87 for a three-concert package. Subscribers save approximately 20% off single ticket prices and receive seating priority over individual ticket buyers. Tickets to individual performances go on sale in mid-August and start at $30. For more information,call Cleveland Orchestra Ticket Services at 216-231-1111 or 800-686-1141 or visit online at

The Severance Hall Ticket Office is located on street level in the Smith Lobby. The entrance and 15-minute Ticket Service parking are along the west side of the building, on East Boulevard. Severance Hall Ticket Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. From September through May, the Ticket Office is also open on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (closed Sundays and holidays except for those days with performances, when the Ticket Office will be open three hours prior to each performance).

For information about parking for Severance Hall concerts, click here.