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BBC Big Band: The Sound of Cinema

Wednesday 11 September 2019

Inspired by some of the greatest movie soundtracks of all time, the internationally renowned BBC Big Band are joined by vocalist Emer McParland to celebrate The Sound of Cinema.

Featuring music and themes from films such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Meet Me in St. Louis and James Bond, through to contemporary classics including John Williams’ Catch Me If You Can soundtrack, via a homage to the music of some of the leading-ladies of cinema including Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey and Marilyn Monroe, this concert is the perfect treat for lovers of both great music and great movies!

 

Please note: Concessions are available on the top-two price bands only for this event.

Wednesday 11 September 2019

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Reviews

“World-class musicians … a brilliant musical force…”

— The Telegraph

“A wonderful band!…”

— Tony Bennett,

“They brilliantly continue the tradition of Big Band music. …”

— Sir Michael Parkinson,

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