Reaching for the Stars at the Hollywood Bowl
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Reaching for the Stars at the Hollywood Bowl

Reaching for the Stars at the Hollywood Bowl

Since 1977, the Los Angeles Philharmonic has celebrated the work of renowned film composer John Williams with live concerts at the Hollywood Bowl. Williams himself has been conducting the LA Phil at these special performances since 1978.
Ellen’s Silkscreening recently helped the Hollywood Bowl get ready for it’s annual John Williams concert by screen printing a beautiful full color design of the iconic Star Wars Death Star floating over the Bowl. While Ellen’s doesn’t have quite as long a history with the Bowl as John Williams, we just celebrated the 16th anniversary of our partnership with the Bowl.
To read more about the history of John Williams at the Hollywood Bowl, the LA Phil has a great piece on their site.