28. October 2017 - 16:00 till 18:00
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Ratatouille in Concert | San Diego Symphony | Saturday, 28. October 2017

For the first time ever, Disney and Pixar release their Academy Award winning film Ratatouille in high-definition on the big screen while the beloved score by composer Michael Giacchino is performed live by the San Diego Symphony Orchestra.

Ratatouille is the tale of a determined young rat with a cultivated palate who gets an unlikely chance to do what he dreams of most – cook in a French restaurant in Paris. Circumstance lands the rat, Remy, in Gusteau's restaurant, where the spirit of the late chef guides him through a bizarre partnership with clumsy clean-up boy, Linguini. In a hilarious chain of events that turns the City of Lights upside-down, Remy achieves his dream with his pal Linguini.

This live orchestra event is an experience to savor as the movie cooks up delectable moments again and again.
  • This weekend: Ratatouille in Concert with the San Diego Symphony. LIKE if you'll be there! cc: Red Tricycle
  • Here's a little something for your Monday blues. Get excited to experience Ratatouille in Concert this Saturday 10/28!
  • We are very excited to present the Academy Award-winning film Ratatouille on Saturday, October 28! Please note that the concert will begin at 4 p.m. This is a change from previously printed materials and we hope that this new time will better accommodate families with children. See you all soon!
  • Joseph Fakhoury
  • Ali Tofighi
  • Sam Murie 😍 CAN WE DO THE THING???
  • Regene Galope 😨 we must!
  • Let's go
  • Marcus Talavera
  • Rudy Martinez lets go 😍
  • Nikki Williams
  • Jeremy Manutai babe!!!!!!!! 🐀
  • Daniella Noemi Dueñas for your bday?
  • Alicia Bell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Kristin!
  • Lauren Go
  • Megan Acera
  • Desserine Williams, we are going to this, I just booked the tickets!
  • Julie
  • Kat Sanay Vigiola
  • Kyle Avery Caro Laubscher Grant Barclay Julia Nguyen @Kelly Nguyen we're going
  • Areli Iraheta
  • I've never heard raves about this film's score -- it was okay, but nothing spectacular. If you want to explore different films and play their scores live, program the Merchant Ivory films -- the late Richard Robbins wrote sublime scores for all their films. :-)