Following the huge success of his Royal Festival Hall Show in London this summer
David Arnold, multiple nominee and winner of Grammy, Ivor Novello, BMI, Saturn, World Soundtrack and BAFTA awards and one of the UK’s leading Film and TV composers and songwriters announces three new dates for his 2015 UK tour; London Barbican Centre on 18th June, Birmingham Symphony Hall on 26th June and Nottingham Royal Concert Hall on 28th June. These join the existing dates at the Manchester Bridgewater Hall on 14th April and Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on 21st April.
These rare concerts will take the audience on a journey with new and reworked performances of his best-known work. The London show will see David joined by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with the Birmingham and Nottingham shows joined
by the City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO). For the April dates, David will be joined by the world famous Manchester Camerata Symphony Orchestra.
Performing music from across his career including songs, scores and themes such as the James Bond films (Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Die Another Day, Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace), Independence Day, Stargate alongside his work from the London 2012 Olympic Games as well as his best known TV compositions including Sherlock, and songs from the new hit musical Made In Dagenham, this is a rare opportunity to see the maestro at work.
For film and TV buffs, David will talk about his work, how the music came to be, as well as share stories and anecdotes from his illustrious career. Through the concert, David will also perform, singing, play keyboards and guitar.
David Arnold: Some Songs, Scores and Themes
Made In Dagenham
Tomorrow Never Dies
The World Is Not Enough
Die Another Day
Quantum Of Solace
Last Of The Dogmen
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