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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - in concert

You are a wizard, Harry. It is the orphan's eleventh birthday when the gigantic Hagrid utters the sentence that will turn Harry Potter's life upside down. Because the tender boy with the round wire-rimmed glasses and the lightning-shaped scar on his forehead is not just any magician: He alone is said to have the ability to break the power of the dark magician Voldemort.
J.K. Rowling's successful novels not only cast a spell over an entire generation worldwide, but also made millions of hearts beat faster in the cinema as an eight-part Hollywood blockbuster. In the next few years, the complete film saga will come to the concert halls with a live orchestra. It starts in January 2017 with the German premiere of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone": one of the greatest box office hits of our time. Now fans can watch on a big screen in the concert hall how Harry masters his first adventurous school year at Hogwarts School of Wizardry and Witchcraft, walking through creepy corridors and moving stairs or playing Quidditch tournaments on a magic broom. The live sounds of the Pilsen Radio Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Justin Freer, which plays the full score by John Williams? legendary film music brought to life in all its drama. The striking "Hedwig? S Theme" can also be heard here for the first time, that mysterious, gloomy waltz motif that became the characteristic main melody in the follow-up films and reliably causes goosebumps.
A live experience in a class of its own!

Pilsen Radio Symphony Orchestra
Justin Freer | management