Watch “Home Alone” with a live orchestra soundtrack


This Friday night, you can watch a screening of the holiday classic, “Home Alone,” on three large screens inside Copley Symphony Hall.

But the real magic of this night? The San Diego Symphony will play the movie’s beloved soundtrack live during the film.

The film, which originally debuted in 1990, is as much a part of the Christmas season as tree decorating and hot chocolate chugging. Macaulay Culkin as the young Kevin McCallister left an unforgettable impression on viewers during the film’s release and the decades thereafter.

John Williams’ soundtrack will be performed live under the direction of conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos and the San Diego Master Chorale.

The screening and show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets prices are $20-$45. Find more information at