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A lighted Christmas tree stands between two rows of houses on the street, in the background there is a big full moon in the sky.
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What’s your favourite film in the festive season: “Three Wishes for Cinderella”? “Home Alone”, “Miracle on 34th Street”? Or “Little Lord Fauntleroy”? The magic of these films is not least due to their wonderful soundtracks, written by such greats as John Williams and Karel Svoboda.

What’s your favourite film in the festive season: “Three Wishes for Cinderella”? “Home Alone”, “Miracle on 34th Street”? Or “Little Lord Fauntleroy”? The magic of these films is not least due to their wonderful soundtracks, written by such greats as John Williams and Karel Svoboda.

  • Pilsen Philharmonic & Choir
  • Janis van Dorsselaer, voice
  • Markus Huber, nductor & narrator

At the gala film concert “The Sound of Christmas” shine a new light on these and many more Christmas classics: The Pilsen Philharmonic, soloists and a choir bring this magical music to life, supported by an elaborate lighting concept and entertaining, informative narration. You will also hear excerpts from “The Holiday” and “The Polar Express”, the main themes from “Love Actually” and one of the world’s most popular Christmas songs: Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas”. Bing Crosby’s recording of this classic is the best-selling single of all times. Used in countless films, this song never fails to conjure up a romantic Christmas mood.

Programme

Music from the films “Little Lord Fauntleroy”, “Love Actually”, “Miracle on 34th Street”, “Three Wishes for Cinderella”, “Home Alone”, “The Holiday”, “The Polar Express” and “A Christmas Carol” and others