This breathtaking television series combines rare action, unimaginable scale, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet’s best loved, wildest and most elusive creatures. From the towering peaks of Nepal to the lush green of the Amazon and the dry-sculpted crescents of the Sahara to the glistening polar icecaps, our world is truly spectacular. Taking 5 years to make, the first episode in the UK was seen by over 12 million viewers and in the US, Planet Earth is the highest rated natural history programme of all time.
The concert is approximately 90 minutes long, and is performed with a full symphony orchestra playing live to specially edited footage on a giant screen.
Following the journey of the sun across continents, the audience visits different habitats and oceans and even delves into the private life of the snow leopard. Each sequence tells a story and is a celebration of our lucky planet, whose destiny changed four and a half billion years ago when a cosmic collision took place and created what we know to be Planet Earth.
|Germany||Various||06.04.2016 - 23.04.2016||Various||Book tickets|
George Fenton, creator of the Planets Trilogy, is one of the UK’s most successful composers, writing scores for over 100 films and collaborating with some of the most influential filmmakers. In 1990, he composed the score to the BBC Natural History series, Trials of Life, the start of a creative relationship that has spanned over 20 years, culminating in the trilogy of Planet concerts, winning him an Emmy, BAFTA, Classical Brit and an Ivor Novello.
The Planets Trilogy: The Blue Planet in Concert, Planet Earth in Concert and Frozen Planet in Concert, are an epic and immersive experience in the most dynamic form.
“These concerts are not only a musical phenomenon; they also provide a stunning visual and thought-provoking way of helping people to understand the oceans and the need for their protection.”