The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
is celebrating the world of film music with two concerts called Filmharmonic
at Londonís Royal Festival
Hall on Saturday 5 & Sunday 6 July 2003.
Saturday 5 July, 7.30pm
British Blockbusters from the
Including Out of Africa (John Barry), Goldfinger (John Barry),
Ghandi (George Fenton), Cry Freedom (George Fenton), Shakespeare
in Love (Stephen Warbeck), Judge John Deed (Debbie Wiseman), Wilde
(Debbie Wiseman), Poirot (Christopher Gunning), Inspector Morse
(Barrington Pheloung), Truly Madly Deeply (Barrington Pheloung),
The Duellists (Howard Blake) and Riddle of the Sands (Howard Blake),
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (Ron Goodwin)
From the intrigues of Poirot
and Inspector Morse to the plains of Africa and the tears and triumph of Cry Freedom, this
concert features the Best of British cinema and television music.
Conductors - George Fenton, Stephen
Warbeck, Debbie Wiseman, Christopher Gunning, Barrington Pheloung, Howard Blake and Ron Goodwin.
Simon Bates from Classic FM at
the Movies will present the concert and chat with the composers about their
film and television scores.
Sunday 6 July,7.30pm
American Film Classics
Harry Potter (John Williams), Schindlerís List (John Williams),
E.T. (John Williams), The Lord of the Rings (Howard Shore), Mission
Impossible (Lalo Schifrin), Gladiator (Hans Zimmer), The Magnificent
Seven (Elmer Bernstein), The Great Escape (Elmer Bernstein), Titanic
(James Horner), Doctor Zhivago (Maurice Jarre), Robin Hood: Prince of
Thieves (Michael Kamen), The Mission (Ennio Morricone), Moon River
(Henry Mancini), and The Thomas Crown Affair (Michel Legrand)
From Oscar-winners to crowd-pleasers
and tearjerkers, this concert features the best of Hollywood film scores from the 1960s to the present day.
Conductor - Paul Bateman
Presenter - Simon Bates from Classic
FM at the Movies
Tickets (£6.50-£33) from the Royal Festival Hall 020 7960 4242 or at www.rfh.org.uk
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONCERTS, PLEASE CONTACT
Tim Andrews, Head of Marketing, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,
16 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0QT
020 7608 8840 / firstname.lastname@example.org