At its second concert, the Hollywood Symphony Orchestra will perform a variety of works, this time including pieces by Sergei Prokofiev, John Williams, Miklos Rozsa, Dimitri Tiomkin, Maurice Jarre and Max Steiner. The programme highlights the music from the forthcoming Oliver Stone film World Trade Centre, by Craig Armstrong, which receives its world premiere concert performance at the event. Armstrong’s music has been described as ‘delicate and passionate’ and is sure to be a highlight. Following that, Don Davis’ concert suite from his Matrix scores also receives its U.S. concert premiere performance.The concert takes place once again at UCLA’s Royce Hall, commencing at 8pm; tickets are priced between $25-$65 and can be purchased through www.ticketmaster.com. Go to www.hollywoodsymphonyorchestra.com for more information.