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Attenborough’s nature series screened with live orchestral music

Attenborough’s nature series screened with live orchestral music

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Our Planet, a priceless insight into the wonders of the world, comes to the d’Coque on Saturday, accompanied by a 44-man live orchestra

Our Planet, a priceless insight into the wonders of the world, comes to the d’Coque on Saturday, accompanied by a 44-man live orchestra

This documentary captures the planet’s jungle, ocean, coastal and forest ecosystems in a stunningly immersive way.

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Emmy award-winning nature documentary series our starnarrated by Sir David Attenborough and produced by Netflix, will be accompanied by a 44-piece live orchestra and will appear at d’Coque on Saturday.

Highlights from the original eight-part series are projected onto the giant screen, ensuring an evening of dazzling cinematography and emotional musical experiences.

The documentary enhances the experience by capturing the planet’s jungle, ocean, coastal and forest ecosystems in a strikingly immersive way, with thrilling sound and visual effects such as dynamic lighting.

The reimagined show will be narrated by world-renowned British biologist and broadcaster David Attenborough, known for his passionate ecological and narrative work, including nature documentaries produced by the BBC. included. earth, blue planet from our starThe latter, produced by Netflix, took four years to produce, premiered on the streaming service in 2019, and focused on the impact humans have on the environment.

Our planet celebrates the ecological diversity and natural beauty of our planet's diverse environments

Our planet celebrates the ecological diversity and natural beauty of our planet’s diverse environments

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Written by Oscar-winning composer Stephen Price, the music is arranged to create a world-traveling immersion. our star It will be conducted by Robert Ames, a Price collaborator and Co-Artistic Director of the London Contemporary Orchestra.

Famous for its cinematography and unparalleled insight into otherwise rarely seen biomes and wildlife. our star Celebrate the ecological diversity and natural beauty of our planet’s diverse environments. But just as we respect the beauty of pristine nature and wildlife, we also recognize the dangers our environment faces.

As such, net profits from live cinema concerts will be donated to global education and awareness projects organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to provide educational materials for schools and young people.

The cineconcert will be screened in various European cities before heading to the US early next year

The cineconcert will be screened in various European cities before heading to the US early next year

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This purpose is consistent with Attenborough’s lifelong mission to bring remote and rarely glimpsed natural phenomena into public perception. Now 96, his lifelong accomplishment has been to celebrate, not just capture nature at its most beautiful and extreme. This message has inspired millions of people around the world.

After being postponed to 2022 due to the pandemic, Our Planet Live in Concert The tour finally started earlier this month. Starting in Mannheim, Germany and before moving to Zurich, Switzerland, Luxembourg will be his third destination for a cineconcert before moving to other cities in Europe. By February of next year, the tour will move to North America with cine concerts in his 60 US cities.

The two hour show is in English with German subtitles and tickets are Available at atelier.luThese are divided into three categories, ranging from €61.50 to €78 for adults and €39.50 to €56 for children. Premium seats are also available for €94.50 for adults and €72.50 for children.


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