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CLASSICAL | RPO Pops Play Disney 

RPO Pops conductor Jeff Tyzik, who brought the music of Broadway to Rochester last month with Megan Hilty, brings us the music of Disney next week — and come to think of it, the two are not all that different any more, are they? "Disney in Concert: Tale as Old as Money" — whoops, "Tale as Old as Time" — coming up Friday and Saturday at Kodak Hall, will certainly do things up right, bringing us fully orchestrated, state-of-the-art presentations of a program of songs that are permanently hard-wired in the system of anybody under 40. Besides big-screen video of musical scenes from Disney's "The Lion King," "The Little Mermaid," "Frozen," "Beauty and the Beast," and all the rest, you and the kids can also hear live vocalists sing all your favorites. For many parents, the opportunity of hearing "Let It Go" sung by a professional, instead of belted out by a 4-year-old, may be irresistible.

RPO Pops presents "Disney in Concert" on Friday, October 23, and Saturday, October 24, at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, 60 Gibbs Street. 8 p.m. $22-$99. rpo.org.

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