Concert-goers will have another chance to hear Danny Elfman's scores for
"Danny Elfman’s Music From the Films of Tim Burton," planned for
Tickets for the Oct. 29 show start at $45 and are on sale through AXS.com or by calling (888) 929-7849.
The orchestral concert performance of Elfman's scores, a first for the composer in the U.S., will feature conductor John Mauceri leading the 87-piece Hollywood Studio Symphony and the 45-member Page L.A. Choir.
The show will include tunes from Elfman and Burton's 15 film collaborations from 1985's "Pee-wee’s Big Adventure" to 2012's "
Elfman will be on hand to perform his songs from "The Nightmare Before Christmas" (the four-time Oscar nominee also served as Jack Skellington's singing voice in the 1993 film).
The concert will premiere Oct. 7 at London's Royal
Elfman first caught Burton's eye as the frontman for new wave band Oingo Boingo.
The director tapped the singer to score "Pee-wee," launching the pair's roughly 30-year collaboration.
Elfman has also composed the iconic theme music for "The Simpsons," the "Serenada Schizophrana" symphony for
"Having a particular style is not bad, but I prefer to push myself in the direction of being a composer who you never know what he's doing next," Elfman said in a statement.