On Thursday, Sept. 7, Palisadian-grown composer David Newman will conduct the Philharmonic orchestra to play alongside footage from the classic Hollywood musical “Singing in the Rain.”
David, who is the son of nine-time Oscar-winning composer Alfred Newman, grew up in Rustic Canyon alongside siblings, Thomas Newman and Maria Newman, and cousin, Randy Newman.
In his 30-year career, David has scored more than 110 films, ranging from “Throw Mama from the Train,” “Matilda,” “Bowfinger” and “Heathers,” to award-winning animated films such as “Ice Age,” “The Brave Little Toaster” and “Anastasia.”
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