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StartseiteHome Christmas Classics at the movies Vol. 2
Wednesdays at half past seven / Mittwochs um halb acht

Christmas Classics at the movies Vol. 2

Wednesday, 11 December 2019, 7:30 pm
Munich, Prinzregententheater

Tickets

Programme

Richard Bissili
„A Cristmas Carnival“ (div)

Patrick Doyle
„It's only a diary“ (Bridget Jones)

Patrick Doyle
„Harry in Winter“ (Harry Potter)

Michael Kamen
„Assault on the tower“ (Die Hard)

Irving Berlin
„White Christmas“ (instrumental)

Danny Elfman
„The Nightmare before Christmas“ - Suite

John Debny
„Elf“ - Main Theme

Miklos Rozsa
Love Theme (Ben Hur)

Craig Armstrong
Love Actually - Main Theme

Performers

Antonia Goldhammer, Moderation

Munich Radio Orchestra

Gavin Sutherland, Direction

About the programme

Popular Christmas melodies delight us both in our festively decorated homes and also on the silver screen. Christmas-themed movies often strike a sure and deep chord and can then become a “classic” film. For example, the romantic comedy Bridget Jones’s Diary and Ben Hur cast their spell on each new generation. Or the film score accompanying the magical events between platform nine and three quarters and Hogwarts … What must never be left out is: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas!

Gavin Sutherland © Karolina Kuras
Gavin Sutherland

About the performers

Since 2002, the versatile English conductor Gavin Sutherland has led the Munich Radio Orchestra in performances of cinematic film scores with a connoisseur’s extensive insight. Currently the Music Director and Principal Conductor of the English National Ballet, he is at home in many genres, is an accomplished pianist, and has composed a musical as well as ballet and symphonic music. He also conducts and arranges film music.

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