Those who cannot get enough of “Joker” will soon be able to listen to it live: Performances with a live orchestra performance of Hildur Guðnadóttir’s score, which may be crowned with the Oscar in a few days, come to Europe.
From April 30, 2020, a special version of “ Joker ” will celebrate its premiere. “Joker In Concert” will then take place in the legendary Apollo concert hall in Hammersmith, London, which is now named after a ticket dealer. You can also watch HD version of Joker already on fmovies.
The film by Todd Phillips with Joaquin Phoenix in the leading role is shown – but with live music instead of the music from the tape . Composer Hildur Guðnadóttir’s score is performed by a large orchestra. This will be conducted by Jeff Atmajian, who already played this role in the original film music recordings.
“JOKER IN CONCERT”
Now one or the other may be wondering what should I be interested in if the British can see “Joker” with an orchestra. We have good news for all of them: After a tour of Great Britain until July, “Joker In Concert” should also come to mainland Europe.
Concertgoers may then even be able to enjoy the film with a live performance of an Oscar-winning score. After winning the Golden Globes and the British BAFTA film award , “Joker” composer Hildur Guðnadóttir will be the favorite at the Oscar ceremony next weekend.
However, the category of the best film music is traditionally considered to be difficult to predict and also a particularly tight race – especially this year, where, in addition to legend John Williams (“Star Wars 9″) and Thomas Newmans, the film is a particularly formative background for ” 1917 ” was available. The latter are also predicted to have good chances (especially if Sam Mendes’ war thriller should make a triumphal march through many categories).
Incidentally, this choice has already been decided. The opportunity for all Oscar voters to cast their vote ended a few hours ago. The only thing missing is the announcement.
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