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Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert

with the Naples Philharmonic

Hayes Hall

Image of a promotional still from the film Raiders of the Lost Ark
Image of Glenn Basham, concertmaster of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing violin during a performance with members of the Naples Philharmonic behind him
Image of a promotional still from the film Raiders of the Lost Ark
Image of the stage lights and orchestra as seen through the reflection of a horn on stage during a performance
Image of a promotional still from the film Raiders of the Lost Ark
Image of Aaron McCalla of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a tuba during a performance
Image of a promotional still from the film Raiders of the Lost Ark
Image of Kevin G. Mauldin of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a bass during a performance
Image of a promotional still from the film Raiders of the Lost Ark
Image of Richard Fleisher  of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing harp during a  performance
Image of a promotional still from the film Raiders of the Lost Ark
Image of Thomas May of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a cello during a pops performance
Oct 27, 7:00pm
  Attend Concert Only
Hayes Hall 7:00pm
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   The Complete Closing Night Experience

This concert can be part of a full NIFF Closing Night experience, which includes:
● tickets to the NIFF Awards Ceremony,
● seats to the Raiders of the Lost Ark concert, and
● special access to the after-concert Wrap Party.

There’s no better way for film fans to cap their NIFF experience!
Simply choose "Complete Experience" to create your package.

Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert
Film with Orchestra

Naples Philharmonic
Naples International Film Festival


Jack Everly, principal pops conductor

Raiders of the Lost Ark
Presentation licensed by Lucasfilm, Ltd,
in association with Paramount Pictures
Starring Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Paul Freeman, Ronald Lacey, John Rhys-Davies
Music by John Williams
Directed by Steven Spielberg
Executive Producers Howard G. Kazanjian and George Lucas
Written by Lawrence Kasdan, George Lucas, and Philip Kaufman


Experience the original film like never before with a live symphony orchestra! 

Jack Everly conducts the Naples Philharmonic in John Williams’ triumphant score to the classic Steven Spielberg film. In this special concert featuring a live screening of the film, the audience will feel part of the adventure — joining Indiana Jones on his quest to find the long-lost Ark of the Covenant.

Consider this the grand finale capping to a weeklong celebration of fantastic films with the Naples International Film Festival. You can purchase tickets to this special event as part of the:

  NIFF Closing Night Awards Ceremony


“RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK” licensed by LUCASFILM, LTD and PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Motion Picture, Artwork, Photos © 1981 Lucasfilm, Ltd.  All Rights Reserved.

Jack Everly’s appearance as Principal Pops Conductor has been generously endowed by John W. & Jeanne Rowe.

Jack Everly

Jack Everly


Jack Everly is the Principal Pops Conductor of the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, the Indianapolis and Baltimore Symphony Orchestras and the National Arts Centre Orchestra (Ottawa). He has conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, the San Francisco Symphony and numerous appearances with The Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom Music Center. Jack will conduct over 90 performances in more than 22 North American cities this season.

As Music Director of the National Memorial Day Concert and A Capitol Fourth on PBS, Jack proudly leads the National Symphony Orchestra in these patriotic celebrations on the National Mall, attracting hundreds of thousands of attendees on the lawn and reaching millions of viewers annually.

Originally appointed by Mikhail Baryshnikov, Jack was conductor of the American Ballet Theatre for 14 years, where he served as Music Director. In addition to his ABT tenure, he teamed with Marvin Hamlisch on Broadway shows that Hamlisch scored. He conducted Carol Channing hundreds of times in two separate Broadway productions of Hello, Dolly!

A graduate of the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, Jack is a recipient of the 2015 Indiana Historical Society Living Legends Award and holds an Honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Franklin College in his home state of Indiana. He is a proud resident of the Indianapolis community and, when not on the podium, you can find him at home with his family.

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