The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra will set its flux capacitor to 1985 on Oct. 15 and 16, playing the score of that year’s hit Michael J. Fox movie “Back to the Future” in an event titled “Back to the Future in Concert” at Radio City Music Hall. The film will be shown, with the orchestra playing Alan Silvestri’s score live; this 30th anniversary show will also include about 20 minutes of new music that Silverstri prepared for this production.
“Back to the Future in Concert” has already been presented in other states as well as in England and Switzerland, but this will be its first time in New York.
Tickets, priced from $53.88 to $123.88, go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday through Ticketmaster. VIP tickets will include a post-concert meet-and-greet with Silvestri and “Back to the Future” writer-producer Bob Gale, as well as an autographed page of sheet music from the conductor’s score.
For information, filmconcertslive.com.