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David Arnold makes his solo orchestral concert debut with some of London's best musicians, singers and actors this Sunday 6th July, 8pm at Southbank's Royal Festival Hall.

I spoke with David during final preparations for this exciting event, one which he hopes will be the first of many. Expect plenty of surprises on the night, especially the opening number which I guarantee will blow your socks off! David didn't want to reveal too much as that would be no fun, but here's a flavour of what's in store...

 

Look out for a full review of the concert in July's FSM Online, along with an extended version of this interview featuring news about David's current and future projects.

http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whatson/david-arnold-live-in-concert-82795?dt=2014-07-06

See you on Sunday!

Tim

tburden@filmscoremonthly.com

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What a hilarious fella David Arnold is! I was laughing out loud through much of that great interview...and also discovering a lot of Arnold music I hadn't heard before. I'm sure it'll be quite a concert, if the brass players get a new set of lips before the end of it :D

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