National Music Auditorium – October – Halloween Concert

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.

The main concert will be on Saturday October 29th at 7:30pm, with prices in the range of 11 € to 37 €, on sale at: buy tickets


The day before, on Friday October 28th at 10:30am, with a price of 5 € and aimed at students in Primary grades 5th and 6th and Secondary grades 1st and 2nd, a didactic and reduced version of the concert will be held, with a duration under 1 hour and entitled Educational concert.


To gain access, you must complete a request by mail at:, or call 913370226 before October 14th, 2016.


And the last session will be on Sunday October 30th at 12:00 noon, where under the name Family Cycle, a special version of Saturday’s full concert will be offered, leading to an ideal opportunity to enjoy music in family, where children, parents, uncles, grandparents, friends … will share an space where learning is the key element, with an entertaining and exhilarating show around.

Ticket prices vary according to age, from 5 € for small children up to 13 € for adults, for sale on: buy tickets

In all the concerts, the Malaga born conductor Arturo Díez Boscovich will direct the Spanish National Orchestra and the Spanish National Choir.

Arturo Diez Boscovich

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:

Christopher Youg – Hellraiser I & Hellraiser II

Danny Elfman –  Nightmare before Christmas / Batman

Jerry Goldsmith  – Poltergeist / The Omen / Gremlins

Wojciech Kilar  – The Ninth Gate / Dracula from Bram Stoker

Bernard Herrmann – Psycho / Vertigo

Patrick Doyle – Frankenstein (Kenneth Branagh)

John Williams – Star Wars / The Witches of Eastwick / Jurassic Park (ed. Hal Leonard) / Adventures on Earth from E.T the Extraterrestrial


An interesting proposal, despite the scary Halloween theme involved, that has been articulated so that it can be accessible and enjoyable for all audiences.