This year, we celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the publishing of Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. The major advancements and achievements in science in the early 20th century inspired the hearts and minds of many, encouraging advancement in the Space Race and what lies beyond our own world, birthing an age of dreamers who delivered to us many other-worldly science fiction concepts and vibrant visionaries in the artistic community.
Join the Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra for a concert featuring music from Star Trek and The Planets, Gravity by Christian Bloquert, as well as music by Philip Glass, Claudio Ragazzi, and Derek Hurst, inspired by the music of David Bowie.
About the Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra
The Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra is a full symphony ensemble committed to the art of orchestra playing that honors the past, present, and future. In addition to the great compositions of the past, this orchestra's repertoire includes original compositions by Berklee faculty and students, contemporary music from around the globe, and from burgeoning genres such as film and video game scores.