July 4th the Boston Pops Release Recording of World Premiere Performance of The Dream Lives On: A Portrait of the Kennedy Brothers

On July 4, the Boston Pops will release a CD featuring the live recording of the world premiere performances of The Dream Lives On: A Portrait of the Kennedy Brothers, which took place at Symphony Hall May 18 & 19 with guest narrators Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, and Cherry Jones, and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, under the direction of Keith Lockhart. The album includes a new recording of the Boston Pops signature, John Philip Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever. The CD will be released on July 4th in connection with the Boston Pops 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, among the nation's largest and most historic Independence Day celebrations, and will be sold along the Charles River Esplanade, in addition to traditional CD outlets described below. The Dream Lives On will be performed during the July 4 concert with WBZ-TV’s Jack Williams and Lisa Hughes, and acclaimed local actors Will LeBow and Jeremiah Kissel.

The Dream Lives On, priced at $3.99, will be available for purchase by the general public on July 4 in various locations along the Charles River Esplanade and online at www.bostonpops.org/shop. The CD will also be available for purchase at the Symphony Shop and on Amazon.com. The CD of The Dream Lives On is now available for pre-sale at www.bostonpops.org/kennedy. The album will also be available for download as a complete CD www.bostonpops.org/digital. Music sold in HD stereo AIFF and WMA formatting will cost $3.49. Music sold in MP3 formatting will cost $2.99. The MP3 album will also be made available on iTunes, CDBaby, and Amazon.com.


Anonymous said…
will the performance become available in any other formats (e.g. DVD)?
Eddie Louise said…
It's available in CD and digital format, but only the audio portion of the concert. Right now I have no information whether this will ever be available in any other format.

You can always check back with at www.bostonpops.org to see if they offer it any other way in the future.

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