Ennio Morricone performs classic scores tomorrow at Prince Albert Hall

Presented by All Tomorrow’s Parties as part of its Don’t Look Back series, illustrious composer Ennio Morricone leads a 100-piece orchestra and a 100-person choir tomorrow night to perform some of his most famous film scores at London’s Prince Albert Hall.

Morricone, a prolific and inimitable composer, is best known outside of Italy for his soundtracks to western films such as The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, A Fistful of Dollars, and Once Upon a Time in the West.  The orchestra will perform each of these themes — all originally scored for director Sergio Leone — as well as a number of other pieces, including a tribute to director Mauro Bolognini.

Select tickets are still available.  Head to this ATP Festival event page for the full program.

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  1. Oh, Morricone is the best, I would love to see him some time! If you’re into Morricone, you should check out my Spaghetti Western Concept Rap album, called “Showdown at the BK Corral.” It’s basically a Spaghetti Western over 9 tracks – very influenced by Morricone. I’d love to hear what you think of it! You can download it for free at sunsetparkriders.com

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