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WARNER BROS. PRESENTS BUGS BUNNY AT THE SYMPHONY II


Sunday, July 26, 2015 8:00PM
Embarcadero Marina Park South

WARNER BROS. PRESENTS <em>BUGS BUNNY AT THE SYMPHONY II</em>
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WARNER BROS. PRESENTS BUGS BUNNY AT THE SYMPHONY II
An Ashford University Summer Pops Special Concert

George Daugherty, conductor

BUGS BUNNY AT THE SYMPHONY II celebrates the world’s favorite classic Looney Tunes, projected on the big screen, while the San Diego Symphony Orchestra performs their exhilarating, original Carl Stalling scores LIVE! Acclaimed as the master of animation music, Stalling’s soundscapes take audiences on a roller coaster ride of rhythm, melody and harmony, inspired by the great works of Wagner, Rossini, Johann Strauss, von Suppé, Smetana and other great composers. Conducted by George Daugherty and created by Mr. Daugherty and David Ka Lik Wong, Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II spotlights such iconic classics as What’s Opera, Doc? , The Rabbit of Seville, Rhapsody Rabbit, Long-Haired Hare, Show Biz Bugs, Baton Bunny and many others . . . plus two brand-new, critically-acclaimed 3D cartoons from Warner Bros. – Rabid Rider and Coyote Falls. And capping it all off are special guest appearances by Tom & Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl.

Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II is the latest incarnation of a concert project which has been receiving standing ovations and rave reviews around the world for the past 25 years, starting with the original version, Bugs Bunny on Broadway (which had its World Premiere at the San Diego Civic Theatre in 1990, performed by the San Diego Symphony), followed by Bugs Bunny at the Symphony (2010). The three concerts have played to over 2.5 million cheering audience members worldwide.

LOONEY TUNES and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
TOM AND JERRY and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Turner Entertainment Co.
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Note: These classic cartoons will be shown in their original aspect ratios.