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The Music of "Der Herr der Ringe" und "Der Hobbit" und "Die Ringe der Macht" - Das Konzert
Wiener Stadthalle, Hall F
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Expected Schedule (Subject to change):
07.00 pm: Doors open
08.00 pm: Start
10.00 pm: Expected end incl. break
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It is recommended to wear an FFP2 mask! Subject to change at short notice!
The concert "The Music of "Der Herr der Ringe" und "Der Hobbit" und "Die Ringe der Macht" will now take place on 26th February 2023.
Sun, 06.02.2022 | NEW: Sun, 26.02.2023
Tickets already purchased will remain valid for the new date in February 2023.
We kindly ask for your understanding!
The music from the films in concert with star guests, symphony orchestra and choir!
Oscar-winning music by Howard Shore, Annie Lennox, Enya, Ed Sheeran and the new Amazon series "The Rings of Power"!
The Hobbits are coming - with their music! The musical world of the Hobbits and Elves from J.R.R. Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" will be performed in concert by a symphony orchestra, choir and soloists The two-hour evening performance features original star guests and unique music, ranging from the menacing sounds of Mordor and the shrill attacks of the Black Riders to the beautiful lyrical melodies of the Elves.
Shown are specially created visuals, not film clips!
HOBBIT STAR GUEST
William Kircher has played the dwarf Bifur in the three “The Hobbit” film adaptations: “An Unexpected Journey”, “Desolation of Smaug” and “The Battle of the Five Armies”. He is famous for surviving the three films with an orc ax in his forehead. In the Tolkien language Khuzdul, he is truly Khuzd Belkul, which means “Mighty Dwarf”. “The Hobbit” tells the story of Bilbo Baggins, who takes a group of dwarves on an unexpected journey to reclaim their gold from a dragon. William Kircher plays the warrior and toymaker Bifur as a dwarf.
CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA OF THE SHIRE & A STATE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF UKRAINE
The Orchestra and Choir of The Shire has performed in the leading music halls in the world, from the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam to the Konzerthaus in Vienna, and cooperates on this tour – despite the war – with a national Ukrainian State Orchestra: The Academic Khmelnitsky Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra.
Created in 2001 and led by chief conductor and Honored Art Worker of Ukraine Sergiy Leonov, the orchestra has won the hearts of many listeners of classical music. It is often praised for its coherence and balanced sound and known for its successful cooperation with the leading conductors and soloists from Ukraine and abroad. The orchestra comes from western Ukraine and performs a wide repertoire from different musical eras, with a special focus on Ukrainian composers. The repertoire includes symphony concerts and opera performances such as Puccini’s “Tosca”, Mozart’s “Magic Flute” and Strauss' operetta “Die Fledermaus”.
Besides performing classical music on the highest level, the orchestra participates in multiple rock music projects – from “The Best of Rock”' to “Legends of Rock”. Under the supervision of Honored Artist of Ukraine Sergey Rabiychuk it collaborated with world known singers and music by Bon Jovi, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Queen and The Scorpions. Rabiychuk has written more than 200 transcriptions for the Academic Khmelnitsky Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. He also participated as an arranger in the popular TV shows “Star+Star” and “People's Star”, and he was the lead conductor of Berlin Tattoo and Musikparade in Germany.
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