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13 November 2021
Moscow
(Russia)
 

Cinema concert "Star Wars. Episode IV: A New Hope "
Symphony Orchestra - Zaryadye Concert Hall


Program Info:
John Williams - Star Wars. Episode IV: A New Hope

The 1977 film, which marked the beginning of the legendary saga, will be shown for the first time in Russia in the format of a cinema concert. The cult story, whose fans have become millions of people around the world, will sound to live music performed by a symphony orchestra. This will allow you to experience in a completely new way the greatness and scope of the musical works written for the Star Wars saga by composer John Williams.

Winner of the 1977 Oscar for Best Original Soundtrack, John Williams wrote the score for all eight Star Wars films. In total, the eminent composer has 5 Oscars, 4 Golden Globes, 7 British Film Academy awards, 5 Emmy awards and 23 Grammy awards.

In 2005, the American Film Institute named Williams' score for Star Wars: A New Hope as the best American film score of all time. The soundtrack has also been retained by the Library of Congress in the National Recording Registry as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."

Now all fans of the Star Wars universe will have a unique opportunity not only to see the amazing saga on the big screen, but also to hear the very Imperial March and other musical themes performed by a symphony orchestra.

2 performances


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