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29 August 2021 Praha (Prague) (Czech Republic)
Hollywood in Prague – Lucerna Music Bar Open Air
Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague conducted by Martin Šanda - Prague 4 - Ledárny Braník - Lucerna Music Bar Open Air Ledařská
Program Info: The Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague will present the best of Hollywood music on the summer stage of Lucerna Music Bar on Sunday, August 29, 2021
Lucerna Music Bar Open Air will host a leading Czech orchestra for the first time. With its Hollywood in Prague program, the unique Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague is heading to the multi-genre summer scene, inviting its audience to one big film set. Branické ledárny will be dominated by the melodies of the biggest Hollywood film blockbusters.
Star Wars, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Mission Impossible, Indiana Jones and Titanic are all titles that shone on the silver screen and engraved in the hearts and memories of viewers of almost all ages not only with their story, but also with the ingenious film music. The evening with the famous Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague (BSOP) will commemorate these, now classical, blockbusters and many others.
During the concert , melodies from the immortal romantic comedies Love of Heaven or The Diary of Bridget Jones will be heard . During the 75-80-minute concert, which will not be interrupted by a break, there will also be melodies from recent film or series hits. These include, for example, the captivating opening track from the fantasy saga Game of Thrones and the unmistakable tones of Shallow, made famous by The Star Was Born, and which won the 2019 Oscar for Best Film in its authors, including singer and songwriter Lady Gaga. Fans of the gaming industry will also find something to their liking in the form of melodies from films based on video games, such as Uncharted or The Witcher.
with music from John Williams, Klaus Badelt, Hans Zimmer, Lalo Schifrin, James Horner, Ramin Djawadi and others.