2022-05-11 – 20:20 h

The Sound of Space — an out-of-this-world concert with a futuristic spin — brings together some of the best sci-fi music ever written for contemporary film.


On Thursday, May 12th, you will be able to enjoy excerpts from cult soundtracks at the Benaroya Hall in Seattle, with recent works by Jóhann Jóhannsson, Hans Zimmer, and Bear McCreary among others. An action-packed night featuring the iconic music from Alien, The Martian, Arrival, Foundation, and more, all conducted by Robert Ames and performed by the Seattle Symphony, with the voices of the Seattle Symphony Chorale and Shaina Shepherd.


The program will be as follows:

  • Steven Price – Gravity
  • Mica Levi – Under the Skin: “Love”
  • Wendy Carlos – Tron: Scherzo
  • Clint Mansell – Moon Suite
  • Johánn Johánnsson – Arrival: “Kangaru”
  • Bear McCreary – Foundation
  • John Murphy – Sunshine: Adagio in D minor
  • Max Richter – On the Nature of Daylight
  • Louis & Bebe Barron – Forbidden Planet: Main Title
  • Harry Gregson Williams – The Martian: “Crossing Mars”
  • Johánn Johánnsson – Arrival Suite No. 1
  • Jerry Goldsmith – Alien: Main Title
  • Hans Zimmer – Interstellar Symphonic Suite


When: Thursday, May 12, 2022 at 19:30h

Where: Benaroya Hall (Seattle, WA, USA)

Tickets: $ 30-100 (28-95 €) – https://www.seattlesymphony.org/en/concerttickets/calendar/2021-2022/sound-of-space