Roma Film Music Festival has announced the first 3 concerts of its 2nd edition: ‘Bugs Bunny at the Symphony’, to be celebrated on September 30th & October 1st, 2023, at the Auditorium Conciliazione in Rome, Italy.
These concerts are the inaugural event of Roma Film Music Festival 2023, and as we already informed you (read more), this 2nd edition will be held from Saturday, September 30th till Sunday, October 8th, 2023, under the tag line: “Ogni eta ha la sua colonna Sonora / Every age has its own soundtrack”.
The concerts will celebrate 100 years of the famous American film production company ‘Warner Bros’ founded on 4 April 1923 by Albert, Harry, Sam, and Jack Warner, being now the show ‘Bugs Bunny at the Symphony’ premiered for the first time in Italy.
The Looney Tunes characters will be projected on the big screen with the original scores by Carl Stalling and Milt Franklyn, inspired by the great masterpieces of classical music. Images will be followed in perfect synchrony by the over 70 musicians of the Orchestra Italiana del Cinema conducted by Maestro George Daugherty, creator of the format together with David Ka Lik Wong.
The unique ‘cine-concert’ has been acclaimed by audiences and international critics alike and has sold out for three decades with the greatest orchestras and in the world’s biggest concert halls. The famous rabbit and his inseparable carrot will also take the podium (or rather the screen) to greet the audience as they celebrate 100 years of Warner Bros.
The program for the 2nd edition of Roma FMF, including guests, additional concerts, and masterclasses will be announced soon, and SoundTrackFest will bring you more information as it is available.
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