The Symphony Movie Orchestra will perform this Saturday, May 27 in two shows, at the Teatro Villamarta, the best sound of heroes and superheroes of the seventh art in Krypton, the show took its name from the planet where Superman was born.
This is the most spectacular musical presentation that the company offers on its tour. In the words of its director Martínez-Orts, it constitutes “a superlative tribute to humanity, to the goodness of man and to all the invisible people, the anonymous superheroes every day who, with their powers, help others, bring laughter. And they themselves save lives.”
Those who attend tomorrow’s two shows at the Jerez Coliseum will enjoy the mastery with which the legendary composer Alan Silvestri knew how to turn the heroic personality of America’s Leader (2011) into music in a luminous journey; of the sparkling sharp sound with which Basilius Poledouris described the clanging of Crom with the anvil in Conan the Barbarian; or how Danny Elfman reached heaven by capturing his own unique personality in the unexpected harmonic twists of Spiderman (2002).
In this musical odyssey, known for Superman (1978), the Oscar for Best Original Soundtrack by the famous composer John Williams, or the main theme of The Last Mohicans (1992), by Trevor Jones, whose intensity is more intense than Paragon transmits. Hawkeye’s spirits.
Lovers of the seventh art will also be able to listen to the Celtic reminiscences that composer James Horner brought to Braveheart, as well as a more upbeat song composed by Michael Giacchino for Pixar’s The Incredibles (2004).
This new performance by the Symphony Orchestra also includes the overwhelming and triumphant name that Michael Kamen got for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), and also the soundtrack for Iron Man 2 in which John Debney managed to transform the technological virtuosity. superhero in musical virtues.
And the musical patriarch of the superheroes of recent decades could not be missing from this new proposal: Hans Zimmer, who appears in the program with both The Dark Knight (2008) and The Man of Steel (2013).
In this new show, the FSO will once again show all its essence through an exquisite musical repertoire, exquisite arrangements, delicate interpretations, excellent and fun musicians and the charisma of its conductor, who will make each performance immersive. the viewer in the story that is told through the show.