The Oscars are a month away, but you can get in the mood at CCM when distinguished alum Randy Edelman takes the podium to conduct his best-known film scores featuring CCM’s Philharmonia Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble. Photo provided.
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By Anne Arenstein for CityBeat

The Oscars are a month away, but you can get in the mood at CCM when distinguished alum Randy Edelman takes the podium to conduct his best-known film scores featuring CCM's Philharmonia Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble. An award-winning singer, songwriter, arranger and composer, Edelman started out working for James Brown at King Records and moved on to a solo career, touring with everyone from Frank Zappa to Barry Manilow.

He's written scores for more than 100 television shows and films, including "The Last of the Mohicans," "Gettysburg" and "My Cousin Vinny," along with theme music for ESPN, NFL football and NBC's Olympics coverage. The film scores rule for this concert. 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27. $12 general admission; $6 non-UC students, free to UC students. Corbett Auditorium, UC main campus, Clifton. 513-556-4183.

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