Music Disney Show “Pirates of Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. LIVE”
A one of a kind event – “Pirates of the Caribbean” screened with a big symphony orchestra!
The first part of the Disney’s blockbuster “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” will be shown on the big screen with the music played by a symphony orchestra in Moscow House of Music on 14 December 2014.
Disney company presents its musical show “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” LIVE together with Moscow City Symphony – Russian Philharmonic.
After a triumphant voyage across the world’s screens Captain Jack Sparrow, the fearless sailor Will Turner, the charming Elizabeth Swan, and the ferocious pirate leader Hector Barbossa come back to the audience with large-scale live sound.
The riveting soundtrack has become tremendously popular throughout the world. Hans Zimmer’s music helped gross $654 millions!
The unique format of combining film screening with live performance by a symphony orchestra is widely spread in Europe and the USA. Sophisticated public, lovers of classical music, get to experience novel sensations listening to the best contemporary music performed by a symphony orchestra while the film is shown on the big screen. Every year this spectacular film show gathers thousands of music and cinema fans in Munich and Hamburg, Lucerne and LA.
Quite recently Moscow audience has been able to check out a similar LIVE SHOW, “Gladiator”! The music of the great Hans Zimmer performed by over hundred of musicians unfolded all the power and grandeur of that Oscar-winning film for the audience.
In the first part of “Pirates of the Caribbean” Hans Zimmer acted as musical producer. He picked the composer, Klaus Badelt, from Germany. They embarked on collaboration back in 1998, when the aspiring composer passed his recordings to the renowned Hollywood colleague for a review. Soon Zimmer invited him to his studio in Santa Monica. Since then Klaus Badelt has written music for such film hits as “Hannibal”, “Time Machine”, “K-19”, “Poseidon”, and a lot more.
Most of the music for the first part of “Pirates of the Caribbean” was recorded at Hollywood Studio Symphony led by Hans Zimmer and Klaus Badelt. The men’s choir and soloists had been recorded in London and later on added to the completed compositions.
Moscow City Symphony – Russian Philharmonic is the first and the only orchestra in the history of the capital to play this score. For a long time the ensemble has been delivering large-scale groundbreaking musical academic projects to meet the highest standards.