The Cincinnati Pops Plays 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' Score While Movie Screens at Music Hall

Watch the "Prisoner of Azkaban' backed by a live orchestra playing the film's score

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Hailey Bollinger
Music Hall

The third installment of Harry Potter is, in my humble opinion, the best both on screen and on page. Not only does the mystery of Sirius Black unravel, other beloved characters are introduced (cough, Remus Lupin aka Moony). Watch Hermione become the ultimate overachiever via time turner, dementors search for a kiss and Ron’s pet rat get… weird. Conducted by Justin Freer, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra will play John Williams’ nostalgia-inducing score. 7 p.m Friday and Saturday, Jan. 3 and 4; 2 p.m. Sunday Jan. 5. $25-$115. Music Hall, 1241 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, 

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Mackenzie Manley

Mackenzie Manley is a freelance journalist based in Greater Cincinnati. She currently works as Campbell County Public Library’s public relations coordinator, which means most of her days are spent thinking about books and community (and making silly social media posts). She’s written a bit of everything, including...
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