You haven't truly experienced The Sorcerer's Stone until you've watched it alongside a full symphony orchestra.

If it's a movie, TV show, video game, even a commercial, what always sticks with me is how the music made you feel. Every time I hear the opening notes of the Jurassic Park theme, memories of being a kid in awe of real life dinosaurs immediately pops in my head. Play the theme from any Mega Man game, and you'll give me instant flashbacks to spending hours and hours with my brother trying to conquer the evil Dr. Wily. The experience with the Harry Potter series is no different.

This Saturday at the Morrison Center (shows at 1:30pm and 7:30pm) you can relive the first time you were introduced to Harry, Hermione, Ron, and all their friends at Hogwarts. You'll be watching the first installment in the film series in its entirety, but with a full symphony orchestra performing its score alongside the movie. We can debate what the most memorable part of the Harry Potter series is, but after watching it with the score being performed live, you may begin to believe that the magic is in the music.

As of this writing, tickets are still available for both shows, and start at $44.