Boston Pops, Berklee students scare up a symphony of horror

“Nosferatu” comes alive

What’s the scariest movie score? John Williams’ relentless “Jaws” theme? Mike Oldfield’s haunting “Tubular Bells” used in “The Exorcist”? How about the music from “Nosferatu”?
If you can’t recall “Nosferatu’s” score, that’s because the silent film’s music was lost decades ago.
But Berklee College of Music and the Boston Pops have teamed to present F. W. Murnau’s 1922 vampire epic with a new score. On Oct. 30 at Symphony Hall, Pops conductor Keith Lockhart will lead the orchestra through music composed by eight Berklee students during a presentation of the film.

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