✨ А unique concert on March 25th will take place at an ancient church in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
The programme of the evening includes the music of the world-famous composer Hans Zimmer performed by the extraordinary Mystery Ensemble in an intimate & relaxing atmosphere.
✨Zimmer is the author of soundtracks for films about James Bond, Interstellar, Inception, Dune, Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean and hundreds of movie hits. A mesmerizing combination of piano music and creative video projections, created especially for this evening, and a glass of wine at welcome will make the evening unforgettable. The live sound of an authentic Steinway & Sons instrument is at arm's length.
Hans Zimmer is one of the most famous, influential and commercially successful film composers of the 21st century. A man who has had a tremendous impact on the recent history of Hollywood cinema and pop culture in general. He was born to a Jewish family in Germany, but moved to London as a child. Having lost his father early and grieving for the loss, Hans found refuge in music.
In Hollywood, Hans Zimmer is called the "German machine". During his long career, he never paused in work and did not lower the bar of quality. A master of dizzying, suspenseful symphonic parts and electronics, Zimmer became especially popular thanks to his collaboration with director Christopher Nolan. Hans worked on almost all of his films.
The concert program includes selected compositions from the films Gladiator, Inception, Interstellar, Pirates of the Caribbean and many others.
🥂 All guests will be invited to enjoy a welcome drink before the show.
🎻 Mystery Ensemble
The mysterious fleur of the concert will be created by the unique connection between musicians with the surrounding them architecture & lights. Lights installation over the vaults of the 19th-century church and stately pipe organ help the ensemble to transfer the audience into the cryptic world of her majesty’s the music.
*Important! Hans Zimmer is not taking part in the concert.
💬 Music by Hans Zimmer
Chevaliers De Sangreal
The Medallion Calls
I see dead people in boats
Davy Jones plays his organ
The Lion King