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With a special Weasley guest…
A one-of-a-kind film and music experience, The Magical Music of Harry Potter – Live in Concert, with a special Weasley guest. The concert features the best music from the films and the play with the London Philharmonic and Symphonic Film Orchestra.
The Harry Potter films are some of the most successful in the history of cinema. The award-winning film music is now touring the world as a unique concert evening for the first time. Original actors, star soloists, a choir, and symphony orchestra will bring the magical music of Harry Potter to life. Visitors will experience the most significant musical moments of Harry Potter. The program includes the film soundtracks of four-time Oscar winner John Williams, Oscar winner Alexandre Desplat, as well as soundtracks from famous composers Patrick Doyle and Nicolas Hooper. It also features the best music from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which has received many awards in London and New York, becoming one of the most celebrated theatrical shows in the world.
The evening presents a musical journey into a magical world with friendship, adventure, love, and cohesion, in the dangerous world of magicians. Visitors can expect to be immersed into a world of enchantment through the most advanced technology of light, sound, and laser staging, as well as a unique sound dimension that is guaranteed to leave them with goosebumps. The visual and magical effects are set to make the hearts of all Harry Potter fans beat a little faster. A surprise Weasley guest will also attend all the shows, creating an unforgettable experience full of fun and good humour.
The audience will experience the musical ‘Best of Harry Potter’ from all eight films and works written by four talented composers. John Williams (Star Wars, ET, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park) composed the music for the first three films including the famous Hedwig’s Theme – the leitmotif of the series, and “Double Trouble” – the classic Hogwarts motif with a Children’s choir, as well as the funny Aunt Marge’s Waltz and Witches, Wands and Wizards. Titles like the Hogwarts Hymn by Patrick Doyle from the fourth Harry Potter film will bring the audience into the mysterious and dark world of the Triwizard Tournament. Nicholas Hooper composed Dumbledore’s Farewell and helped to shape and mature the Harry Potter music in the fifth and sixth films. He did this alongside Alexandre Desplat with Lily`s Theme, who composed the music for the last two instalments of the film series. Combined, these composers and music will create a grandiose and unforgettable experience.