"Matrix LIVE - Film in Concert" – a one of a kind film concert

The science fiction film "Matrix" is a 1999 brilliant masterpiece with spectacular special effects and a clever plot starring the protagonists Neo, Trinity and Morpheus. The score of this worldwide cinema success was composed by the American film score composer Don Davis. Since 2010, the brilliant film concert event "Matrix LIVE - Film in Concert" is on a journey across the globe. In prestigious and venerable concert halls recognized symphony orchestras add sound to the demanding work of the first part of the Matrix trilogy under the musical direction of the conductors Don Davis or Frank Strobel. In cooperation with the European Filmphilharmonic Institute BIG cinema realizes as an experienced and competent partner with a broad expertise the complete feed, projection and screen technology.

I have never seen such a big screen here before.

Ollie Jeffrey
Senior Technical Manager der Royal Albert Hall London

Dates and locations:
   -  27.08.2010: Musik- und Kongresshalle in Lübeck (DE)
   -  05.05. & 06.05.2011: NDR Landesfunkhaus in Hannover (DE)
   -  08.10.2011: Arena in Leipzig (DE)
   -  23.10.2011: Royal Albert Hall in London (GB)
   -  03.11.2011: Jones Hall in Houston, Texas (US)
   -  28.06. & 29.06.2012: Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Washington (US)
   -  14.07.2012: Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia (USA)
   -  21.02., 22.02. & 24.02.2013: Le Nouveau Siècle in Lille (FR)
   -  02.03.2013: Tivoli Theatre Chattanooga, Tennessee (US)
   -  19.03.2013: DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids, Michigan (US)
   -  04.04. & 05.04.2013: St. Louis Symphony in St. Louis, Missouri (US)
   -  17.05.2013: Barclaycard Arena (ehemals O2 World) in Hamburg (DE)
   -  19.05.2013: Philharmonie im Gasteig in München (DE)
   -  27.07.2013: Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, Kalifornien (US)
   -  25.09.2013: Hala Ocynowni in Krakau (PL)
   -  07.12.2013: Alte Oper in Frankfurt am Main (DE)
   -  17.05.2014: Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle in Stuttgart (DE)
   -  26.09. & 27.09.2014: Sydney Opera House in Sydney (AU)
   -  15.11.2014: Beethovenhalle in Bonn (DE)
   -  31.01.2015: Philharmonie Luxembourg in Luxemburg (LU)
   -  16.07.2015: Shanghai Symphony Hall in Shanghai (CN)
   -  16.01.2016: De Doelen in Rotterdam (NL)
   -  28.04. - 30.04.2016: Auditorium-Orchestre national in Lyon (FR)

Credits: BIG cinema GmbH, Europäische Filmphilharmonie