Film with Live Orchestra
Titanic Live
Photo Courtesy Avex Classics International Production
William Rolland Stadium at California Lutheran University (Directions & Parking)
Starting at $40
Sat., June 22 at 7:30PM

New West Symphony
at William Rolland Stadium

Presented by New West Symphony Association in partnership with
CSUN / The Soraya and Cal Lutheran University

TITANIC Live is an Avex Classics International Production

Experience this iconic film with live orchestra performed by New West Symphony. State-of-the-art digital screens bring to life the heartwrenching story of Jack and Rose (played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet) on the fated voyage of the H.M.S. Titanic.

Ludwig Wicki, conductor (also conducted the original soundtrack orchestra)
Maria Zouroudis, singer
Eric Rigler, uillean pipes and Irish whistle (also performed on the original soundtrack)
The All-American Boys Chorus
Los Robles Children’s Choir

Making this a completely unique and extraordinary experience is the fact that several New West Symphony orchestra members played on the original film soundtrack, including our principal horn, James Thatcher, and principal trumpet, Jim Grinta. Plus, the Symphony is joined by Eric Rigler, who performed the uilleann pipes and Irish whistle on the soundtrack. You will only find this authentic performance of the most famous soundtrack in the world with the New West Symphony. Ludwig Wicki, founder of the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra, conducts this performance.

This event is the West Coast Premiere, with only one performance.

Revised Map

VIP and Reserved Lawn Seats are only available by calling New West Symphony at 866-776-8400. All other tickets can be purchased by calling New West Symphony or ordering online via Ticketmaster (additional fees apply).


The blockbuster film, which runs three hours and 20 minutes plus intermission, will be shown on a very large LED screen specifically built for this one of a kind experience.

Pre-concert amenities including gourmet food trucks, beer garden, availability of picnic tables to dine alfresco outside the stadium, and an art exhibit in the gallery.

No food other than water is allowed inside the stadium.

Average evening/nightime temperature at this time of year is 58 degrees, so dress appropriately.

*LAWN SEATING: Blankets and low back, low seat lawn chairs are allowed with a seat NO higher than 9″ off the ground (measured from the front of the seat).


Parking is FREE and will be off Mountclef Blvd in a dirt lot behind the stadium. Lights and shuttles will be provided to help you get to and from the stadium. Handicap parking is available in the parking lot next to the swimming pools. Parking for this event is free.

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