From left, Lynne Einloth passes a tray of snacks as Don and Susie Drobny and Charlie Reed look on during the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra’s “Symphony Under the Stars: Movie Spectacular” on Tuesday evening at Honey Horn. The orchestra played such film favorites as “The Empire Strikes Back,” “Phantom of the Opera” and “Night and Day.” Proceeds from the sold-out event, which continues with a second performance today, help support the orchestra’s youth and outreach programs.
From left, Lynne Einloth passes a tray of snacks as Don and Susie Drobny and Charlie Reed look on during the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra’s “Symphony Under the Stars: Movie Spectacular” on Tuesday evening at Honey Horn. The orchestra played such film favorites as “The Empire Strikes Back,” “Phantom of the Opera” and “Night and Day.” Proceeds from the sold-out event, which continues with a second performance today, help support the orchestra’s youth and outreach programs. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
From left, Lynne Einloth passes a tray of snacks as Don and Susie Drobny and Charlie Reed look on during the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra’s “Symphony Under the Stars: Movie Spectacular” on Tuesday evening at Honey Horn. The orchestra played such film favorites as “The Empire Strikes Back,” “Phantom of the Opera” and “Night and Day.” Proceeds from the sold-out event, which continues with a second performance today, help support the orchestra’s youth and outreach programs. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

Soundtrack under the stars

April 06, 2010 8:26 PM

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