Cancelled: Ennio Morricone’s Hollywood Bowl Show This Sunday

I read what I considered to be merely a rumor last night, that film composer Ennio Morricone’s Hollywood Bowl show this coming Sunday, October 25th had been cancelled or postponed. Today, multiple sources, including the Bowl’s site, confirm that there will be no performance and it has not been rescheduled.

According to the L.A. Times blog, “the concert was supposed to include excerpts from his scores to the movies The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, The Untouchables, Cinema Paradiso, Once Upon a Time in America, The Mission, Once Upon a Time in the WestA Fistful of Dollars, and others.” The Cinema Paradiso score to be incredible and worth the price of admission alone. I’m bummed to be missing out on seeing a conductor lead an orchestra playing his or her original piece, which is always amazing.

It’s unknown why the show is not going on. Refunds are available, according to the Hollywood Bowl, “at point of purchase.” Of course, if you go to Ticketmaster, you learn that they are not obligated to return your money, so we are currently in limbo. Luckily, we bought cheap seats for this one.

Updated 10/23/09: We received an email from Ticketmaster. They will refund the base ticket price and service charges. However, they will keep the $4+ processing fee. Bastards.

5 thoughts on “Cancelled: Ennio Morricone’s Hollywood Bowl Show This Sunday”

  1. Oh no – that sucks!! I hope you get at least some money back. Let us know if you find out why it was canceled.

  2. This is good but bad at the same time. I had no idea he was conducting and being how old he is this will probably be the last chance we will get to see him perform in Los Angeles. So this gives me hope that it will be rescheduled for the future so I can grab some tickets. Hopefully it’s not illness related.

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