The much-anticipated concert version of James Horner’s music from “Titanic” will make its appearance Oct. 9 and 10 at the Hollywood Bowl.

“Back to the Titanic,” which has been organized over the last seven months, will feature Horner leading an 84-piece orchestra, Norwegian singer Sissel and fiddler Eileen Ivers, a star of the “Riverdance” extravaganza. Onstage visuals will include projections and effects along a replica of the ship’s bow that will cover much of the stage. The concert is being produced by Andrew Hewitt/Bill Silva Presents.

Talks of a multiple-city tour are on hold.

The show is in conjunction with Tuesday’s release by Sony Classical/Sony Music Soundtrax of “Back to the Titanic,” which includes a new symphonic suite and previously unreleased tracks drawn from Horner’s score. Ivers is among the featured players.