About the show
The new generation orchestra LORDS OF THE SOUND returns to France with a new program "The Music Of Hans Zimmer".
“Amazing Spider man 2”, “Lone Ranger”, “The Dark Knight”, “Interstellar”, “Dune”, “Sherlock Holmes”, “Man of Steel”, “Pearl Harbor”, “Gladiator”, “Inception”, “Pirates of the Caribbean”, “Spirit”, “Wonder Woman”, “Madagascar”, “The Lion King” - hits by Hans Zimmer, performed by the LORDS OF THE SOUND orchestra!
Hans Zimmer is a German film composer who found his popularity after the release of the cult film Rain Man. "Writing the music for Rain Man, I kept thinking: don't try to drown out the characters. Stay out of the spotlight. Raymond, the main character, really doesn't understand where he is. He sees the light differently than we do... Why would not create "music of light" for the light that exists only in his head?" Hans recalls. This robot was a real breakthrough in his career - Zimmer was awarded an Oscar nomination. The best directors in Hollywood were lining up to work with him. And Hans gave himself completely to the robot, often composing musical themes for two or three paintings at the same time. His music impressed the Disney studio so much that they commissioned Zimmer to compose for the cartoon The Lion King. The musical theme of the cartoon brought the composer three of the most prestigious awards - "Oscar", "Golden Globe" and "Grammy". And then Zimmer continued to receive numerous awards, becoming truly the best of the best in Hollywood. A rare Oscar ceremony is complete without a Zimmer nominee.
The success of the concerts of the LORDS OF THE SOUND orchestra, combined with the best compositions of Hans Zimmer, will immerse you in the unforgettable sensations of a warm summer evening, the atmosphere of a beautiful fairy tale filled with the beauty of the symphonic sound of your favorite compositions, a rock band, vivid visual effects, powerful vocal parts of soloists and choir, energy and unbridled positive of the whole team!
The total duration of the concert program is about 2 hours.