Disney’s 2013 animated adventure Frozen will be screened with full orchestral accompaniment at the Royal Albert Hall on 29 October 2015, the first time this beloved winter warmer will have ever been presented in this way.
This World Premiere of Frozen in Concert will see a stunning high definition screening of the movie whilst the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by David Firman, complete with a chorus from the Maida Vale Singers, bring the film’s magical score to life like never before.
Frozen in Concert follows on from 2014’s Frozen Sing-Along at the Royal Albert Hall, which saw the blue carpet rolled out for thousands of young Elsas and Annas, who joined a 250-strong schools choir to sing along to all of the film’s songs during the film, including Do You Want to Build a Snowman, For the First Time in Forever and, of course, Let It Go.
Tickets Frozen in Concert on 29 October 2015 (during half term week) go on general sale at 9am on Friday 18 September and will be available from www.royalalberthall.com.
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Ratatouille, Pixar’s 2007 animated comedy adventure, will be celebrated live in a high definition screening with live orchestral accompaniment at the Royal Albert Hall, London on Wednesday 28 October 2015.
The family film tells the story of Remy, a food-loving rat who risks his life in his pursuit of fine Parisian food, and the partnership he forges with a hapless young kitchen worker. It received widespread acclaim upon its release in 2007, quickly becoming a favourite for children and grown-ups alike.
This UK Premiere of Ratatouille Live will see Remy’s adventure brought to life as composer Michael Giacchino’s Grammy-winning and Oscar-nominated score is performed alongside the film by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
Following a popular format that has attracted tens of thousands to the Hall to see the likes of The Godfather, Star Trek and West Side Story performed live in concert, the enchanting Ratatouille Live now presents the perfect opportunity to introduce children to the power of a live orchestra for the first time, all within the spectacular surroundings of London’s most iconic venue.
Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday 1 May and are available from the Royal Albert Hall website.