Pirates of the Caribbean at L'Auditori

The success of Pirates of the Caribbbean is due, in large part, to the music by Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer

Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the most exciting film phenomena in recent years. It’s a fast-paced adventure movie for the whole family that you shouldn’t miss and now L’Auditori concert hall is offering you the chance to experience it in a different way. The adventures of Captain Jack Sparrow, the young man Will Turner and the beautiful Elisabeth Swann wouldn’t be the same without the epic, sensitive, magical music that accompanies them on their journeys through the seas and islands of the Caribbean. Now the OBC orchestra is raising the skull and crossbones and setting sail for the island of Tortuga.

Following the success of the first film, which was directed by Gore Verbinski, the Disney factory has made four more instalments (the latest of which is scheduled for release in 2017). A great deal of the success of the series is undoubtedly due to the soundtrack, which was composed by Klaus Badelt (Cat Woman, Miami Vice, Solomon Kane...) and Hans Zimmer (The Prince of Egypt, Pearl Harbor, The Last Samurai, Gladiator, The Da Vinci Code...), who orchestrated a team made up of nine composers- It’s a funny, passionate and spectacular story, just like the music, which you can enjoy at L'Auditori on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of April. You can buy tickets here.

 

Pirates of the Caribbean at L'Auditori
When: 1,2 and 3 April.
Where: L'Auditori.
Price: €25/€32.
Click here for further information.

Publication date: Monday, 28 March 2016
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