by Dan Aykroyd

In 1984, a talented, promising young cellist, Dana Barrett, almost had her illustrious career as a classical musician cut short when she was haunted by the demonic spirit, Zuul, a demigod worshipped as a servant to Gozer the Gozerian, a shape-shifting Sumerian god of destruction and chaos. 

Had it not been for the efforts of parapsycholgists Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler and Winston Zeddemore , Dana Barrett's career and life might have been over.


The international community of symphonic musicians recognized the four through the creation of the Venkman Prize, which remains the greatest award ever given in the history of classical music.**


Since 1984, orchestras throughout the world have enjoyed paranormal-free concerts.  That is...until now.  

** for spiritual interventions.  

  • Orchestra Kentucky, October 2018
  • Greenville Symphony, October 2018
  • Utah Symphony, sNovember 2018
  • Rochester Philharmonic, December 2018
  • RTÉ National Symphony, December 2018
  • Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, April 2019
  • St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, May 2019
  • Sony Centre (TO Live), June 2019
  • Ravinia Festival, July 2019
  • Fort Worth Symphony, October 2019
  • Calgary Philharmonic, October 2019
  • Alabama Symphony, October 2019
  • Baltimore Symphony, November 2019
  • The Florida Orchestra, November 2019
  • San Francisco Symphony, November 2019
  • Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, December 2019
  • Oregon Symphony, January 2020