The Davis Square Symphony is both a movie and an orchestral score. Composer Roger Clark Miller filmed Davis Square from 5 different locations, in the 4 different seasons. This was edited down to 22 minutes and forms the basis for the composition. Each season has a different harmony - spring is the most consonant, winter the most dissonant. The score was created by applying grids with the appropriate seasonal harmony to the footage. Vehicles are strings, pedestrians are woodwinds and brass, bicycles are snare drums, etc. The Davis Square Symphony is slated for orchestral performance along with the movie at Seven Hills Park in Davis Square on Sat., June 11. Instrumentation is for full orchestra. Miller's setting of the Epic of Gilgamesh (commissioned by N.E.C.'s Callithumpian Consort) was performed at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, on Feb.18, 2016. He is the guitarist/vocalist in the highly acclaimed rock band Mission of Burma (July 2015 at Fenway Park with Foo Fighters) and keyboardist/composer in The Alloy Orchestra (March 2016 at Somerville Theater). His web site is here: rogerclarkmiller.com The Davis Square Symphony is funded by the Somerville Arts Council.