On Friday, October 30 (a.k.a. All Hallows’ Eve-Eve), there’s something cool and unique happening at Symphony Hall. The Boston Pops, in collaboration with Berklee College of Music, will bring the classic 1922 German vampire film Nosferatu to the stage with a new symphonic score. Click here for tickets, and click through for my conversation with conductor Keith Lockhart, who talked about how the concept came about and what it was like working with Berklee’s student composers.
Also: there’s a Boston Symphony Orchestra blood drive before the performance. Don’t worry; no vampires allowed.