Symphony Silicon Valley is bringing the original “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy back to the big screen with an added bonus: Howard Shore’s Award-winning score performed live by 160 choristers and 90 musicians.

The event will be held at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts in two cycles over a four-day period with separate screenings for each of the three films. The first cycle runs from April 16-18 and the second cycle runs from April 18-19.

The orchestra will perform the original score in sync with the films, adding a new aspect to the Oscar-winning series.

Symphony Silicon Valley musicians have their work cut out for them with all three films clocking in at more than 10 hours, and lyrics which require the choristers to learn the Elvish language invented by “The Lord of the Rings” author J.R.R. Tolkien.

Tickets are on sale now.