The Italian film composer Ennio Morricone is holding on Saturday the 24th of november, the last stop in Palais 12 in Brussels, his farewell of the Belgian public. The concert is part of his ’60 years of music’ tour. The series had all over the world for performances in sold-out concert halls, and received standing ovations and rave reviews in the media.
Also in Belgium, passed the maestro earlier with his ’60 years of Music’ tour (he got to oa. two times on the Sint-Pietersplein in Ghent), but for the concert on 24 november 2018, he has a new program drawn up.
“During this tour I will be a completely new program to run with new highs. Of course, there will always be the classics, as I have for the Sergio Leone movies have been able to create and The Mission. But over the breadth taken the experience this time will be different. So I go for music to let you hear that I have created for the films of Quentin Tarantino and the work of Leone that I still have not previously heard.” – Ennio Morricone
Together with a 200-piece symphony orchestra and impressive choir will be the 90-year-old maestro at the Palace on 12 a personal ‘Best of’ of his career. Morricone composed the soundtracks for more than 500 movies and series. A number of these compositions are a part of the collective memory. Best known examples are ‘The Good, The Bad and the Ugly’, ‘For a few dollars more’, ‘Once upon a time in the West’ and ‘The Mission’.
Morricone won an Oscar for best original music for the music of the Hateful Eight, a film by Quentin Tarantino. In addition, he has oa. three Golden Globes, a Grammy Award, six BAFTA’s, two European Film Awards, the Golden Lion of Venice and the Polar Music Prize to his name. In 2016, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The sale of tickets for the concert on Saturday 24 november 2018 will start on Friday, march 16 at 10 am via greenhousetalent.be and FNAC.