April 17 2024

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Takei To Host Sci-Fi Spectacular

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Star Trek‘s George Takei will be hosting the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra‘s Sci-Fi Spectacular next month.

In the Sci-Fi Spectacular, listeners are encouraged to “beam [themselves] up and explore strange, new worlds with … host George Takei.”

The show will feature “selections from Star Trek and the best of John Williams: E.T., Somewhere in Time, Star Wars and more.” The Sci-Fi Spectacular promises “an out-of-this-world musical adventure.”

The Sci-Fi Spectacular will take place at the Music Center at Strathmore on Thursday, February 20 at 8 PM. Three shows will take place at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall; Friday February 21 and Saturday February 22 at 8 PM, and Sunday February 23 at 3 PM.

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is led by Conductor Jack Everly.

Tickets for the Sci-Fi Spectacular can be purchased here.

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  1. “Somewhere in Time” was a John Barry score, not John Williams. Since it was in quotes, I fault the person who wrote the press release and not our intrepid news hound.

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