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19 February 2021 Hannover (Germany)
The music of Star Wars
Cinema Festival Symphonics - Theater am Aegi
Program Info: This concert is rescheduled from 15 March 2020.
100 soloists, singers and musicians of the Cinema Festival Symphonics Artistic Director: Stephen Ellery The best of the ingenious, award-winning Star Wars-soundtracks live – including the latest Star Wars soundtrack "Episode IX" 2019!
The Star Wars movies have created an unprecedented global hype that is more relevant today than ever. To experience the poignant music of multiple Oscar winner John Williams live - that's the greatest thing for the fans of science fiction culture! The performances sparkle storms of enthusiasm everywhere they go.
"Star Wars - The Concert Show" is a live show of a very special kind. An orchestra, a large choir and solo artists will present the musical highlights from the films for the first time and grow them into a harmonious whole. Screen animations and visual effects are supposed to make the "Star Wars" hearts beat faster.
The American composer John Williams has won 5 Oscars, was nominated for 49 (!) Oscars and has created his masterpiece with his Star Wars soundtracks. They definitely made cinema history.
Enter the world of Luke Skywalker, the Jedi Knight, Darth Vader, Princess Leia and Han Solo with the The Music of Star Wars – Live in Concert - a rousing musical and visual experience that brings the world of the "Empire" to life in extraordinary intensity.
With state-of-the-art technology, the massive 100-member Star Wars ensemble of the acclaimed Cinema Festival Symphonics with orchestra, soloists and choir will take fans on a musical journey through the highlights of Star Wars movies - starting with "The Star Wars" of 1977, followed by "The Empire Strikes Back" 1980, "The Return of the Jedi" 1983, "The Dark Menace" 1999, "Attack of the Clones" 2002, "The Revenge of the Sith" 2005, " The Force Awakens "2015," The Last Jedi "2017 and" Episode IX "2019.