James Bond film composer David Arnold will be appearing at London’s Barbican Hall as part of the London Symphony Orchestra’s Film Night on Sunday, 6 January 2008.
The composer, best known by 007 fans for his work on the most recent four films in the series (and set to return for next year’s Bond 22) will be taking part in the pre-concert talk along with fellow composer Patrick Doyle and chaired by Tommy Pearson.
An evening of music from the movies, including soundtracks from Hollywood golden oldies Lawrence of Arabia) and Dr Zhivago) , as well as more recent classics Titanic) , Dances with Wolves) , John Williams’s Raiders of the Lost Ark) and music by David Arnold and Patrick Doyle.
Pre-concert Talk: Composers David Arnold (James Bond, Independence Day) and Patrick Doyle (Harry Potter, Bridget Jones’s Diary) join presenter Tommy Pearson to discuss their music and the art of film scoring.
The pre-concert talk is free to the public and will take place at 6:15 PM. The concert, in which the London Symphony Orchestra will play music created by an array of well-known composers, including Arnold and Doyle, follows at 7:30 PM.
Tickets to the concert range in price from £6 to £30. For further information or to purchase tickets, visit the official website.
Fans of Arnold will also want to check out the recent three part audio interview in which he describes his work on the past four James Bond films and a little bit of what is in store for Bond 22: Part One and Two | Part Three.
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