The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra will help a daughter celebrate the legacy of her father in a Valentine's Day pops concert at Powers Auditorium.
Joining the orchestra and conductor Randall Craig Fleischer will be Monica Mancini, daughter of composer Henry Mancini.
Henry Mancini, who died in 1994, composed some of the most memorable film scores of all time, including ''Breakfast at Tiffany's,'' ''The Pink Panther'' and ''Days of Wine & Roses.'' His melodies include the themes for ''Peter Gunn,'' ''Baby Elephant Walk'' from ''Hatari'' and ''Moon River.''
Monica Mancini has recorded with such artists as Placido Domingo, Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson.
She earned two Grammy nominations for her album ''Ultimate Mancini,'' which gathered such performers as Stevie Wonder, Take 6, Kenny Rankin and Tom Scott to pay tribute to her father.
Saturday's concert will feature Mancini performing ''Two for the Road,'' ''Days of Wine and Roses,'' ''Moon River'' and other songs of her father, and the orchestra also will perform selections from the musicals ''Sound of Music'' and ''West Side Story.''
The concert starts at 8 p.m. Saturday at Powers Auditorium, 260 W. Federal St., Youngstown.
Tickets range from $17 to $42. and are available at the DeYor Performing Arts Center box office and by calling 330-744-0264.