World Soundtrack Awards film music festival, that celebrates its 19th edition on Thursday 17th & Friday 18th of October, 2019 in Ghent (Belgium), having Marco Beltrami as the central guest for this year, has announced the celebration of a new concert on Thursday 17th (let’s remember that on Friday 18th, a concert dedicated to the work of Marco Beltrami was already announced – read news)
This new concert, entitled ‘Hollywood Nightmares: Scary Symphonic Scores’, will be held on Thursday, October 17th at 19:30h at Capitole Gent (Ghent), where the Brussels Philharmonic conducted by Dirk Brossé, will perform the best symphonic scores from iconic horror films such as ‘Dracula’, ‘Bride of Frankenstein’ or ‘Psycho’.
The concert will pay tribute to the trends, the archetypes (Frankenstein, Dracula, King Kong, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde) and the subgenres of the horror film in which leeches, zombies, serial killers, devil worshipers, and ghosts make their appearance, with music from composers such as Franz Waxman, Bernard Herrmann, Ennio Morricone or James Newton Howard.
Tickets for the concert, with prices between 18 € and 43 € are already on sale here:
You can read a summary of how was the 18th edition of the World Soundtrack Awards in the following link: