Colorado Symphony's Popular Inside The Score Series Returns With "Henry & Me"

Film composer Charles Denler joins the Colorado Symphony for an exploration of how film scores come to life; audiences enjoy a Special Sneak Preview of animated feature film "Henry & Me"

Emmy Award-winning composer Charles Denler joins resident conductor Scott O'Neil and the Colorado Symphony for "Henry & Me" – an exploration of how a film score comes to life – as the Colorado Symphony's popular Inside the Score series returns on Friday, October 7, 2011. Each season, Inside the Score offers an insightful, humorous and entertaining look at the world of symphonic music that appeals to both new concertgoers and classical music fans alike. At "Henry & Me," Denler and O'Neil will present an intriguing behind-the-scenes look at the little-known world of film scoring. Then, concertgoers will enjoy a full screening and live orchestral accompaniment of the animated feature film "Henry & Me," starring Richard Gere, Chazz Palminteri, Austin Williams, Luis Guzmán, Paul Simon and Cyndi Lauper. Tickets for this Inside the Score presentation currently start at $15. To learn more about this concert and the new Colorado Symphony 2011/12 Season, visit www.coloradosymphony.org.

"Henry & Me," to which Denver audiences will receive a Special Sneak Preview, is the story of a young boy battling illness who is taken on a magical adventure by a stranger named Henry. On their journey, the boy meets New York Yankee legends, both past and present, who give him lessons about baseball and life. "Henry & Me" also features Danny Aiello and Luci Arnez, plus songs by The Jonas Brothers. Alex Rodríguez, Reggie Jackson and Yogi Berra each make star cameos as themselves in this family-friendly animated film.

According to Film Music Magazine and The Scoreboard, Denler holds the record for having more upcoming films than any other film and television composer to date. With nearly 100 films and television programs to his credit, Denler's multiple Emmy Award-winning music can be heard all over the world. His ability to work in a wide variety of genres and his collaborative work sense have made him a top choice among producers and directors. He was recently awarded the 2011 Jean Ribaut Award for Excellence in Music at the Beaufort International Film Festival in Beaufort, South Carolina.

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