The Harry Potter Symphony
The film series is iconic. So is the music. After the immense success of 'Lord of the Rings' and'The Star Wars Suite', among others, 'The Harry Potter Symphony' is now coming exclusively to the Netherlands. At the World Forum Theatre in The Hague, 130 musicians led by conductor Raymond Janssen will perform the magical music from the Potter films. The concert is a real sensation for fans of this genre. International award-winning illusionist Christian Farla also provides the performance with no fewer than fifty magical effects. This makes 'The Harry Potter Symphony' a globally unique experience for the whole family.
Film-themed concerts are immensely popular. 'The Harry Potter Symphony' The scale of the production is immense and guarantees an immersive and intense experience for the audience that lasts well over two hours. The theme lends itself ideally to this. Harry Potter is a film series that made history. The story is based on the books by English author J.K. Rowling. She wrote seven books that have been filmed in eight parts. Its success was (and still is) unparalleled. The films about a sorcerer's apprentice have reached cult status and attract an audience of millions. Music plays a defining role in the films and has been composed by award-winning composers such as John Williams, Patrick Doyle, Nicholas Hooper and Alexandre Desplat. Especially for all fans, World Concerts therefore now presents - exclusively in The Hague - 'The Harry Potter Symphony'. A 'must see' concert for Potter fans and music lovers alike. The songs are highly suitable for performance in a large orchestral setting. Conductor Raymond Janssen, together with the International Symphony Orchestra from Lviv, will provide an unparalleled interpretation of the music.