This Friday, March 15th and Saturday, March 16th at 7:30pm the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra will be performing the film score from the sixth film in the Harry Potter series, ”Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.” Sit back, relax, and take in magic and mystery of this movie, as the WSO provides the breathtaking soundtrack, written by Nicholas Hooper, using some of the iconic themes and motives originally written by John Williams.

Whether you have seen the movies are not, the film scores are iconic masterpieces of the 21st century, and the music from each of the eight films can stand on its own. Williams’ original leitmotivs being largely used to portray characters, places and themes that appear in the series. Whether the music is written by John Williams himself, or the composers who wrote the film scores from the later films, Patrick Doyle, Nicholas Hooper, or Alexandre Desplat, the music is magical and timeless.

In honor of what is going to be a marvelous event with our WSO, Classic 107 wants to get you in the Harry Potter mood.

Tune in everyday this week at 1:00pm as we put to air music from this iconic franchise!

Monday, March 11: Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone—Composed by John Williams

Tuesday, March 12: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets—Composed by John Williams

Wednesday, March 13: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban—Composed by John Williams

Thursday, March 14: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire—Composed by Patrick Doyle

Friday, March 15: Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix—Composed by Nicholas Hooper

Want to find out more about The Harry Potter film scores? Check this out: