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15.05.2019
19:00

Dracula Live in Concert – world premiere

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Dracula (1992) Live in Concert

WORLD PREMIERE

Agata Kuliś – vocal
Anna Zawisza - soprano
Matylda Staśto - Kotuła - alto
Szymon Fecica - tenor
Adam Radnicki - bass

Polish Radio Choir
Beethoven Academy Orchestra
Don Davis – conductor
Thomas Bryła – arrangements
Jadwiga Polus, Łukasz Cioch – hosts


The American director Francis Ford Coppola, enchanted by the soundtrack to Andrzej Wajda’s The Promised Land, commissioned Wojciech Kilar to compose the music for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Thus the Polish composer found himself in Hollywood; he wrote a masterpiece which takes a special place in the history of Polish film music and which is still regarded as one of the finest horror soundtracks of all time.

Awarded three Oscars for Best Costume Design, Best Makeup and Best Sound Editing, the cult film starring Gary Oldman, Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder, Monica Bellucci and Anthony Hopkins resounds with monumental orchestral music with powerful choirs. The concert is a world premiere of this international title and the first co-production of the affiliated FMF and FIMUCITÉ festivals. The event is led by Don Davis, author of the music to The Matrix films.

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Co-production with FIMUCITÉ – Tenerife International Film Music Festival. Special thanks to: Fernando Carmena, Robert Townson, Beate Warkentien.


The live in concert version of the movie is dedicated only for viewers over 18 years of age.

The movie will be presented with audio description. Visually impaired people, thanks to a verbal description of what is presented on the screen, will be able to fully receive and get to know the events taking place on the screen.

Running time: 2 H 25’ (incl. intermission)

Don Davis
Don Davis
Conductor
Polish Radio Choir
Polish Radio Choir
Beethoven Academy Orchestra
Beethoven Academy Orchestra

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