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Leonard Nimoy to Host “Out of This World” With the Boston Pops

Leonard Nimoy to Host "Out of This World" With the Boston Pops
Leonard Nimoy to Host "Out of This World" With the Boston Pops

Star Trek’s original Spock, Leonard Nimoy is set to host two special space-themed performances with the Boston Pops.

The “Out of This World” engagements will take place May 23 and 24 Symphony Hall in downtown Boston. According to a press release, they will be “led by guest conductor Sarah Hicks – in her Boston Pops spring season debut – features music inspired by outer space, with onstage commentary from the celebrated actor.”

Highlights are set to include Holst’s The Planets–which will be performed alongside a NASA film, the theme from Star Trek, the Also Sprach Zarathustra theme popularized in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Boston Pops Laureate Conductor John Williams’s intergalactic music from Star Wars, E.T., and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.


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For ticket information, visit Boston Symphony Orchestra.

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