Candle-lit UK concerts celebrate the movie music of Hans Zimmer and John Williams

Some of cinema’s most memorable scores can be heard like never before this spring.

Celebrating the wonderful music of legendary composers John Williams and Hans Zimmer, the London Film Music Orchestra is bringing an extraordinary concert experience with a 60-date tour of churches and cathedrals across the UK and Ireland.

Their Tribute to Hans Zimmer & John Williams by Candlelight concerts look set to be a must-see for cinema lovers and orchestral enthusiasts, bringing to life some of the most movie soundtracks of all time.

The concerts will feature music from classics like Gladiator, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and Jurassic Park being performed live by a chamber orchestra in a candle-lit setting.

Running for 1 hour and 15 minutes, the program also includes ET, Jaws, Memoirs of a Geisha, Indiana Jones, Interstellar, The Dark Knight, Inception, Man of Steel, and Blue Planet.

Tickets are on sale now and can be bought via the event’s website.

Venues will include Rochester Cathedral, All Saints church in Hove, and Guildford Cathedral.

The concert is described as “suitable for anyone who loves film music and orchestral music” and “an opportunity to experience the magic of live music in a way that is rarely possible,” with a family-friendly advisory age of 8 plus.

The London Film Music Orchestra was established in 2014 with the purpose of bringing to life the music of film and television.

Their musicians are graduates from the UK and Europe’s most prestigious conservatories, acclaimed solo performers and winners of many international worldwide classical competitions.

Gladiator fans received the exciting news recently that the long-awaited sequel is finally happening!

Filming is set to begin very soon, ahead of its planned release in November 2024.

Gladiator is available to watch on Showtime with a free 7-day trial.

The London Film Music Orchestra and its events are not affiliated with the films and composers listed. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.