See ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ with a live orchestra

Experience the original sci-fi masterpiece on the big screen with musicians performing John Williams’ classic score in real time

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Since that famous fanfare ushering in that famous logo first raised the hairs on the back of sci-fi fans necks over 40 years ago, John Williams’ classic score for ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ has ingrained itself on the worlds collective imaginations like few others.

By turns thrilling, rousing, terrifying, sinister, tender, mysterious and heart-wrenching – not to mention Oscar-winning – the legendary composers score is nothing less than one of the greatest movie soundtracks of all time – the sound that heralded the start of the biggest sci-fi saga in film history.

Now, you have the chance to experience Williams’ music in a setting no other can match – no matter how good the speaker system is. Taking place on January 27 2019 at the Hallenstadion Zurich, Star Wars in Concert – A New Hope is a unique opportunity to experience a full orchestra playing the score live alongside a complete screening of the original 1977 film.

As you watch Luke, Han, Chewie, Obi-Wan et al band together to rescue Princess Leia and destroy the evil Darth Vader’s Death Star, you’ll get to hear the strings, brass, woodwind and percussion of the 21st Century Orchestra belting out themes such as the ‘Imperial Attack’, ‘The Rebel Fanfare’ and that stirring main overture in real time. 

Whether you’re a movie buff, a music lover, hoping to please a sc-fi fan in your life, or just need a Star Wars fix ahead of Episode IX, you wont want to miss this one-off experience sure to raise the hairs of your skin into orbit.

Star Wars in Concert – A New Hope

Get your tickets now

Star Wars in Concert – A New Hope takes place for one night only at 6pm on January 27 2019 at Hallenstadion Zurich. Book now to avoid missing this unique opportunity to see the complete film projected on the big screen with the score performed live by an orchestra. The movie will be shown in its original English-language version with German subtitles. (Not recommended for children under six years.) Reserve your tickets here.

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