Symphony To A Lost Generation
Time Out says
A new epic drama explores the tragedies of WW1 using classical music and, erm, holograms
Think holograms on stage, and you might be more likely to imagine Michael Jackson in concert than a full classical music concert. But this new WW1 epic stars an impressive roll call of talent - including the Vienna Philharmonic Choir, Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra, the Grammy-winning New London Children’s Choir and Russian soprano Yana Ivanilova - in hologram form, bring the talents of over 400 performers to the stage.
Mixing dance, theatre, classical music and archive footage, this experience will bring the tragic losses of WW1 to churches, theatres and community centres across the UK. Catch it in London first - however these complex ingredients come together, it's pretty rare to see so much talent in one room.