The Film Symphony Orchestra (FSO), a popular Spanish orchestra that performs soundtracks of emblematic films and series live, will give a concert in Madrid on September 30 (10:30 p.m.), at the National Music Auditorium.
This will be the second time that the famous orchestra conducted by the musician and composer Constantino Martinez-Orts steps on the capital within the framework of its new national tour of soundtracks inspired by hero and superhero movies, Kryptonian.
This new musical proposal, which started on September 17 and will last until June 2023, will offer throughout three hours a unique staging with many surprises, accompanied by percussion and brass instruments, and with costumes inspired by some of the films that are part of the musical repertoire.
This has been selected in detail to bring the orchestra closer to a family audience, where there will be no shortage of pampered performances, the noble and epic tone of each of the works, excellent and fun musicians and the charisma of its director. A mixture that attached to lightingwill immerse the viewer in history through epic pieces such as Superman, iron Man 3, brave heart Y The last Mohicanamong other.
After passing through Madrid, the symphony orchestra will visit other cities such as Valencia, Barcelona, Valladolid, Seville, Zaragoza, Murcia or Salamanca.
A tribute to the kindness of the human being
Kryptonianwhich receives the name of the planet where Superman was born, is the most spectacular musical proposal that the company has offered to date, being, in the words of the director Martínez-Orts, “a superlative tribute to humanity, to the kindness of human being and to all the people who day by day are invisible superheroesanonymous who, with their superpowers, help others, bring smiles and save lives”.
The Film Symphony Orchestra also stands out for milestones such as its performance at the 31st Goya Awards, the premiere world of Jurassic World II either the recurrent interventions in the anthill. Without forgetting the television moments accompanying characters such as the reggaeton player Omar Montes, the singer Mario Vaquerizo or the television presenter Pablo Motos, in the program The challenge of Antenna 3.