> SEVEN CONTINENTS, ONE PLANET

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all in one

Date
05/26/2020

Admission 18:30 hrs

Start 20:00 hrs

 

No access to the event for children under the age of 6. Access for children from age 6 to 14 only in company of a primary carer or custodian.

Location
Olympic Hall
seating plan
Organizer
PGM Promoters Group Munich Konzertagentur GmbH
Phone
+49 (0) 89 / 79 07 80 - 0
We recommend that you use public transport, allowing sufficient travel time to get there. Please note that the Guns n' Roses concert will take place concurrently at the Munich Olympic Stadium, so you should expect increased traffic and delays en route. SEVEN CONTINENTS, ONE PLANET

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SEVEN CONTINENTS, ONE PLANET

The brand-new BBC series, "Seven Worlds, One Planet" was premiered on TV in autumn 2019. This spectacular nature documentary will soon come to the Munich Olympic Hall, staged as a "Live Concert" production, with a large symphony orchestra and choir.

"Seven Worlds, One Planet", the new ground-breaking nature documentary from the BBC, will be broadcast on TV this autumn. The seven-part documentary will be premiered on German TV under the title: "Seven Continents – One Planet". The BBC series takes viewers on an epic journey: Millions of years ago, unimaginable forces tore the earth's crust apart creating the seven continents – each with a specific climate, its own topography and unique flora and fauna.

The live adaptation of “Seven Continents, One Planet – Live in Concert” projects a selection of the most spectacular scenes from the TV series on a huge LED screen, with the accompaniment of a live symphony orchestra. As the perfect counterpoint to the picture, the music was composed by renowned Oscar-winning musician from Frankfurt, Hans Zimmer as well as Jacob Shea. The production is by Bleeding Fingers Music.

Audiences are taken on a worldwide odyssey, discovering seven continents each with its own unique stories: from the colourful paradise of South America to the endless Asian expanses, from the ice worlds of Antarctica to the searing heat of Africa, from North America to Australasia and then to Europe.