Ennio Morricone in Concert at Radio City Music Hall in February 2007
JULY 26, 2006 | Submitted by Maurizio Caschetto
For the first time in his long and amazing career, Italian film
composer Ennio Morricone will perform a concert of his own music in
front of the American audience.
The concert, produced by Massimo Gallotta Entertainment, will take
place on February 3rd, 2007 at the world-renowned Radio City Music
Hall in New York.
The composer will perform, along with a 100-piece orchestra and a
100-piece choir, many of his most famous film scores that made him
popular all around the globe: from Sergio Leone's masterpieces like A
FISTFUL OF DOLLARS, THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY and ONCE UPON A
TIME IN AMERICA, to the lovely score from the Academy Award-winner
film CINEMA PARADISO and the unforgettable, world-renowned THE MISSION
by Roland Joffe, this unique, once-in-a-lifetime event will bring the
audience through a thrilling journey among some of the finest film
scores ever written by the Italian Maestro.
The concert will be held at the Radio City Music Hall, one of the most
famous concert hall of the United States. Since December 27, 1932,
this amazing theatre hosted many of the greatest music artist of all
time such as Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Sammy Davis jr. and Tony