Movies at the Symphony – Spectacular Multimedia Experiences

  Carolyn Daughters   Jan 22, 2020   Blog   0 Comment

Live music and classic films — it’s a winning combination. As part of its Film Concert Series, the Colorado Symphony has been showing films on four large, suspended screens in Denver’s Boettcher Concert Hall while performing the films’ complete scores live.

Films in the concert series include Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Parts 1 and 2, Star Wars: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and Home Alone.

In partnership with the Colorado Symphony, CEAVCO Audio Visual is using cutting-edge laser projection technology to project the films on 40-foot screens. The laser projection system offers brighter, much more vibrant and colorful projected images.

Watching movies screened with a live orchestra is the first-ever live symphony experience for many. People who have never attended the Colorado Symphony’s traditional classical music programs have the chance to relive the magic of classic films on large screens with a live orchestra situated beneath them.

CEAVCO is thrilled to be working in the arts and entertainment space with professional musicians in order to create these spellbinding cinematic experiences and engage audiences in an innovative way!

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