Is there anything Stewart Copeland can't do? Rising to fame as drummer for The Police, he backed up guitarist Andy Summers and bassist Sting and performed on hit songs like "Roxanne" and "Message in a Bottle." In the decades since the band's breakup, he's been a film composer and directed various movies, operas and ballets, all while continuing to write original music and perform live around the world. His current obsession is the 1925 silent film Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ, and he's performing the soundtrack live with the Pacific Symphony accompanying him. As you watch the lavish spectacle, Copeland and the orchestra, led by conductor Richard Kaufman, fill Segerstrom Center for the Arts with epic music for an experience that's part cinema, part symphony and altogether unforgettable.