Philharmonia At The Movies: Sci-Fi

Sunday 30 Nov 2014, 3.00pm
De Montfort Hall, Leicester

Concert

James Shearman conductor

Barry Norman presenter

Williams, Flying Theme, E.T.biography

Bliss, March, Things to Come

Barry, Space March (Capsule in Space), You Only Live Twicebiography | programme note

Bach, Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christbiography | programme note

Barry, Overture & Main Theme, The Black Holebiography

Williams, Suite, Star Warsbiography | programme note

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Silvestri, Theme, Back to the Future

Strauss, Blue Danube Waltz (excerpt)biography

Silvestri, Main Theme, Predator

Horner, The Wedding, Deep Impact

Doyle, Caesar's Home, Rise of Planet of the Apes

Zimmer, Time, Inceptionbiography

Giacchino, Main Theme, Star Trek: Into Darkness

We are delighted to present Philharmonia At The Movies: Sci-Fi, hosted by the legendary Barry Norman. From Luke Skywalker entering the Death Star’s trench to E.T. riding through the night sky, music has the ability to make great movie scenes iconic. In this special concert, music from some of the best sci-fi films ever made is performed live in concert by a vast ensemble of musicians. The programme also includes music from Things To Come and Star Trek.

1.45-2.20pm Join us for a free pre-concert talk in the DMH auditorium to find out more about today’s artists and delve into the background behind the music.

This concert is part of the Philharmonia at the Movies series

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