20 May 2017
Pro Musica Mundi Choir
Beethoven Academy Orchestra
Diego Navarro – conductor
The culmination of the 10th anniversary edition of the festival will be the traditional Film Music Gala. The programme includes specially prepared suites from films and TV series, created by the most famous artists of the genre. During the anniversary Gala, we’ll go back in time and remind the FMF audience of the most important moments of the festival. In his second FMF appearance, Abel Korzeniowski will delight audiences with the sounds from the excellent Penny Dreadful, Howard Shore‘s suite from the Lord of the Rings trilogy will take us back to Krakow’s Błonia Park, to the very beginning of the festival, while Jan A.P. Kaczmarek and his music to Finding Neverland will take us to a beloved location of many of the Festival’s guests and fans – the Tinning Plant Hall.
Film Music Festival in Krakow
The Film Music Festival in Krakow (FMF), organised by the Krakow Festival Office and RMF Classic, is a captivating showcase of the highest quality musical interpretations of the moving image and one of the most important festivals in the world of film music. Performed by leading musicians and orchestras in Europe and the world, the festival provides a unique concert experience by setting it to live screenings of the world’s most spectacular films, well-known for their dazzling cinematography, top-class direction, enthralling plots, and emotive acting.
The Festival takes pride in its diversity of featured music and film, all-star roster and the diversity and size of its audience.The 2014 edition anticipates an audience 35,000 strong in total. From retrospective performances of the classics to exclusive ceremonies distinguishing contemporary favorites and celebrating international superstars of the industry, the event’s boldness in production, innovativeness in the sphere of sound and film technology, and outstanding talent is an annual showcase of the best in the film music industry. The Film Music Festival in Krakow has become one of the most widely-recognized Polish cultural exports around the world that has delighted fans since its inception.
More information: http://fmf.fm/