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Thu 26 March 2020
Thursday 26 March 2020
7:30 PM - 11:59 PM
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A brand new show combining the stunning National Geographic archives of natural history footage with the original symphony and theme created by Emmy and BAFTA nominated Bleeding Fingers Music, will come to London's Eventim Apollo on 21st November 2019.

National Geographic: Symphony for Our World features the composers Austin Fray and Andrew Christie, and will guide the audience through a breathtaking musical journey coupled with some of the world’s most incredible wildlife spectacles.

The inspiring 90-minute, live orchestral performance uses groundbreaking imagery and storytelling from over 130 years of National Geographic history matched in perfect synchronization with an orchestra and choir. The show is based on the television broadcast of “Symphony for Our World,” an hour-long special that premiered globally last year in 140 countries, commercial-free, on Nat Geo WILD.

Driven by a five-part composition, Symphony for Our World pairs artistry with science as it brings viewers from the depths of the sea, up to the coastlines, onto land, through mountains and finally into the sky. Each environment will be accompanied by a different orchestral movement, resulting in a powerful musical tribute to the beauty and wonders of our wild world.

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