The greatest film ever made is being elevated to ethereal extremes with the help of of string, brass, woodwind and percussion—so an orchestra. Take in The Godfather via a suitably spiffy screen, with the recorded soundtrack removed and the film's massive score played out live by a specially formed orchestra. The work of Nino Rota, the Milan born musician achieved international acclaim in the 1950s and 1960s for his work with Italian directors scoring movies including White Nights, The Leopard and La Dolce Vita. Starting at 7pm on September 16, the concept premiered to a sold out crowd at the Royal Albert Hall in 2014. Tickets start at £40.50, rising to £63. And they're selling proper smartish.
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