Courtesy of San Francisco Symphony
San Francisco Symphony performs Hitchcock's Greatest Hits on November 2.
The best of the wonderfully thrilling and tense music that soundtracks the best films of Alfred Hitchcock will come alive through the San Francisco Symphony with a film and live performance of Greatest Hits on November 2 at Davies Symphony Hall.
Conducted by Joshua Gersen, the orchestra will perform sonic excerpts from Hitchcock classics To Catch a Thief, Strangers on a Train, Dial M for Murder, and North By Northwest. No sign of the stabby sounding strings from Psycho, then.
There are limited seats available ($79-113) and can be purchased from the symphony site. After the Hitchcock performance, the San Francisco Symphony will take on more film nights in 2014, including A Night at the Oscars (February 15), City Lights (April 12), and Fantasia (May 31).