BBC Earth Blue Planet in Concert

BBC Earth and composer George Fenton have joined forces with the world-renowned Philharmonia Orchestra to present Blue Planet in Concert on Thursday 22 January at the Royal Festival Hall, London

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Divers from London’s SEA LIFE Aquarium pictured with their world-famous sharks in traditional orchestral tails to celebrate the return of BBC Earth’s The Blue Planet in Concert with the Philharmonia Orchestra to London on January 22nd. Tickets are available from philharmonia.co.uk

The show is a live cinematic production with specially edited footage from the iconic BBC series, backed by a majestic and moving original score. Inspired by Charles Trenet’s song ‘La Mer’, George Fenton includes an arrangement of this piece with an emotional visual sequence on the screen revealing how our oceans have changed over the last 50 years with human intervention.

Photo credit: © Jonathan Hordle / Rex

Divers from London’s SEA LIFE Aquarium pictured with their world-famous sharks in traditional orchestral tails to celebrate the return of BBC Earth’s The Blue Planet in Concert with the Philharmonia Orchestra to London on January 22nd.       Tickets are available from philharmonia.co.uk

 

The concert always receives a standing ovation as it unites the audience with a tremendous feeling of camaraderie and spirit to protect our Blue Planet.

Tickets are available from philharmonia.co.uk

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