As part of the Audi Pops series, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and conductor Richard Kaufman will present the world concert premiere of music from the film It Came From Outer Space (Herman Stein, Irving Gertz, and Henry Mancini). The selections from this 1953 science-fiction classic have been carefully reconstructed by orchestrator Kathleen Mayne. The Halloween-themed concerts are scheduled for October 26-28, 2001, in the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas. Featured guest artists will be Texas thereminist Robert Froehner and DSO organist Mary Preston. The program also features the Southwest concert premiere of music from ED WOOD (Howard Shore) as well as selections from JURASSIC PARK (Williams), PSYCHO (Herrmann), TWILIGHT ZONE-THE MOVIE (Goldsmith), ADDAMS FAMILY VALUES (Shaiman), E.T.-THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL (Williams), and THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR (Herrmann). Classically macabre works by Saint-Säens, Khachaturian, and Kabalevsky round out the program. For tickets or more information consult the Dallas Symphony website at or phone (214) 692-0203.