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31 August 2021 Siegen (Germany)
Gala der Filmmusik
Philharmonie Südwestfalen conducted by Markus Huber - Apollo-Theater Siegen
Program Info: The film music gala is one of the most acclaimed offers on the annual Apollo program. How many times the clapperboard gives the sign for an intoxicating gala evening is hard to track. The important thing is: the film lovers have grown into a sworn fan base over the years. People like to wait in the long line to get tickets. And with unbridled joy one storms the hall in order to have the most varied of film dramas projected onto the inner screen through multicoloured sound impressions. The fact that there is not even the slightest hint about the program sequence this year has nothing to do with corona-related planning crises. No, it has long been part of the Philharmonic ritual to keep film titles under the strictest locks. Only in the evening is the cat let out of the bag,to then strut over hot tin roofs. Until then, you can guess who will set the tone this time: French, English, Italian, American or even German films? Do murderers rush across the screen, agents or commissioners? For whom does which rhythm beats - for lovers, disappointed, abandoned? Is it deserts, mountains, seas that are set in tones? Finding out in advance is a "Mission: Impossible". Two hard facts, however, are set in stone: The ladies and gentlemen of the Philharmonie Südwestfalen are playing. And it will conduct - after a year of absence - again Markus Huber. Johannes Klumpp had represented him last year with spirited conducting and subtle moderation,Now the man from Munich is returning to his long-standing crime scene and will - this is also to be predicted - sometimes overturn airtime when his Bavarian rascal is on his neck. - Sound and film off!