LA Phil Live
Dudamel Conducts Tchaikovsky
Director: Michael Beyer
Distributor: Los Angeles Philharmonic Association
Length: 150 min.
16:9 shot in 1080i HD | stereo & 5.1 surround sound
© 2011, a BFMI production for Los Angeles Philharmonic Association
The all-Tchaikovsky con­cert pro­gram fea­tured the com­poser’s three Fantasy-Over­tures in­spired by Shakespeare plays – „Ham­let”, “The Tem­pest” and “Romeo and Ju­liet”. Pre­ced­ing each of these power­ful sym­phon­ic poems are se­lec­tions from the Bard’s im­mor­tal works per­formed by the cast of act­ors.

Kate Bur­ton, the pro­lif­ic Tony-nom­in­ated stage and screen act­ress and daugh­ter of the late Richard Bur­ton, dir­ec­ted this all-star cast and also served as host for the LA Phil LIVE broad­cast.
Ham­let - Fantasy Over­ture

The Tem­pest - Fantasy Over­ture

Romeo and Ju­liet - Fantasy Over­ture
Or­lando Bloom, Romeo
Anika Noni Rose, Ju­liet
Mal­colm Mc­Dow­ell, Pros­pero
Mat­thew Rhys, Ham­let

The March 13 con­cert was the second of three pro­grams to be sim­ul­cast in more than 450 movie theat­ers across U.S. and Canada this sea­son at 2 p.m. Pa­cific/5 p.m. East­ern. The in-theat­er broad­casts are pro­duced as a res­ult of col­lab­or­a­tion between the LA Phil and NCM Fathom, a di­vi­sion of Na­tion­al Cine­Media (NCM), and Cineplex En­ter­tain­ment.