Posted by Tim Horemans
Added on Saturday, July 22, 2013
Concert tickets on sale + CD pre-orders available
On Thursday 17 October the Ghent Film Festival will organise a concert entitled ‘Martin Scorsese: music by Bernard Herrmann, Howard Shore, Elmer Bernstein, Philip Glass, Peter Gabriel and others’ at De Bijloke Music Centre Ghent. The programme includes symphonic music from Taxi Driver, ‘Cape Fear’, ‘Gangs of New York’, ‘The Aviator’, The Departed and ‘Hugo’, among others. These works will be performed by the Oscar-winning Brussels Philharmonic, conducted by Dirk Brossé. Tickets are currently on sale!
Tickets cost €20 and €30 respectively and are available from www.filmfestival.be or from the ticket desk at Uitbureau Gent (82B, Veldstraat - 9000 Ghent). Alternatively you can also book by phone (09/233 77 88).
The Oscar-winning Brussels Philharmonic conducted by Dirk Brossé recently recorded the immortal music featured in the Scoring for Scorsese music by Bernard Herrmann, Howard Shore, Elmer Bernstein, Philip Glass, Peter Gabriel and others’ concert. The CD will be released by the Ghent Film Festival and can be bought as of 12 October in the exhibition shop at the Provincial centre for culture Caermersklooster for €10. Already available for pre-order.
Available as of 12 October at €10 from the exhibition shop at the Provincial centre for culture Caermersklooster
Pre-order at www.filmfestival.be
Howard Shore - Brooklyn Heights from 'Gangs of New York'
Howard Shore - The Aviator Suite from 'The Aviator'
Howard Shore - Three Pieces for 2 Guitars from The Departed
Howard Shore - Billy's Theme from The Departed
Howard Shore - The Invention of Hugo Cabret from 'Hugo'
Peter Gabriel - 'Passion' from The Last Temptation of Christ
Philip Glass - Sand Mandala & Chinese Invade from 'Kundun'
Elmer Bernstein - End Titles from The Age of Innocence
Elmer Bernstein - Suite Dead Sounds from 'Bringing Out The Dead'
Bernard Hermann - A Night Piece for Saxophone and Orchestra from Taxi Driver
Max Richter - On the Nature of Daylight used in Shutter Island
Krzysztof Penderecki - IV. Passacaglia - Allegro moderato uit Symphonie Nr.3 used in Shutter Island
Georges Delerue - Le thème de Camille used in 'Casino'