And we continue with events related to film music at the National Music Auditorium in Madrid in October, to inform in this case of a special concert to be held on Halloween.
In fact when we say special, we’re using all the nuances of the word, since the concert will have three functions: two aimed at children and families, and one addressed to the general public.
In all the concerts, the Malaga born conductor Arturo Díez Boscovich will direct the Spanish National Orchestra and the Spanish National Choir.
Some soundtracks that will be played will be: Batman, Dracula, Psycho, Jurassic Park, Star Wars and Frankenstein among others, thus incorporating some of the most disturbing and frightening characters of the history of cinema to the concert, as well as the music that accompanies them on the big screen.
The program is the following:
An interesting proposal, despite the scary Halloween theme involved, that has been articulated so that it can be accessible and enjoyable for all audiences.