About MiCLatest UpdatesConcert ListConcert-ToursPast ConcertsConcert ProducersMusic Sheets Submit a ConcertContact MICWhat Is Film Music?Concert Music based on film musicSoundtrack RadiosLinksPrivacy Notes
Get all concert-info as soon as it's published with our
Check our additional concert and film music info on
19 February 2022 Bremen (Germany)
The Music of Harry Potter
Cinema Festival Symphonics conducted by Stephen Ellery - Metropol Theater Bremen
Program Info: For 20 years, the "Harry Potter" films have cast a spell over generations all over the world. The iconic film music, which was composed by John Williams, Patrick Doyle, Nicolas Hooper and Alexander Desplat, contributes in particular to this. The famous "Hedwig's Theme", which is now considered the main melody of the film series, can probably be hummed by almost everyone - and get goose bumps!
"The Music of Harry Potter - Live in Concert" is a magical evening of a very special kind. It brings together the musical highlights of the "Harry Potter" films and the play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" into a unique experience.
Using state-of-the-art technology, the huge ensemble of the Cinema Festival Symphonics under the direction of the renowned conductor Stephen Ellery will take Harry Potter fans on a musical journey through all 8 "Harry Potter" films. Soloists, choir and orchestra celebrate a unique sound force that lets you immerse yourself fully in the world of magic and, together with elaborate screen animations and visual effects, for a roller-coaster of emotions.
Pure goosebumps when “Hedwig's Theme” takes the audience to Hogwarts or the choir performs “Double Trouble”.
"The Night Bus" brings a relaxed atmosphere with the rapid ride of the travelling knight.
It becomes mystical with "Black Lake" when the audience dive into the Black Lake and the realm of the aquatic people with Harry.
After all, no eye stays dry when Hermione disappears from her parents' life with "Obliviate" and all of Hogwarts says goodbye to his beloved headmaster at "Dumbledores Farewell".