About Pete Harrison
Pete Harrison is a busy freelance conductor and presenter. He is a regular guest conductor with many orchestras including Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Concert Orchestra & Manchester Concert Orchestra (for Raymond Gubbay Ltd.) and the Russian State Symphony Orchestra (Novaya Rossiya)
Pete studied at the Royal College of Music going on to follow a busy freelance playing career, including work in the West End where he first started conducting.
He has recently made his debut with the Ulster Orchestra and the Philharmonia as well as the Scottish Concert Orchestra (for Raymond Gubbay Ltd.)
Pete is the Musical Director for Inspiration Choir in Southampton partnered with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra who give 3 main concerts a year, all sung from memory.
Studio work includes sessions for film, television and library sessions including regular trips to Prague to work with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra at Smecky Music Studios.
Education work includes the Orchestra and Wind Ensemble at Wells Cathedral School in Somerset, the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Wales and various guest sessions with schools and orchestras throughout the UK.
Featuring music from some of their greatest films, including The Sound of Music, Oklahoma!, The King and I, South Pacific and more!
Conductor: Pete Harrison
Soloists: To be confirmed
In association with Poole’s acclaimed Cantabilé Choir
From Hollywood to High Wycombe, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra transports you to the silver screen in this film spectacular, featuring music from your all-time favourite blockbuster film scores including:
E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL,
OUT OF AFRICA,
THE LORD OF THE RINGS,
DANCES WITH WOLVES,
THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING,
Filled with action and adventure, this concert is perfect for film lovers, families, newbies and regular concertgoers, so if you have never been to a concert before, why not give something new a try?
FREE: Pre-concert talk at 6:30pm with Venue Manager David Mansfield and Conductor Pete Harrison.
A sensational concert of your favourite music from deep space and beyond in a galaxy of sight and sound conducted and presented by Pete Harrison.
Star Wars Superman E.T. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Mars & Jupiter from The Planets
Also Sprach Zarathustra
Gravity, Predator & Alien
Featuring music from your all-time favourite blockbuster film scores including:
E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL
OUT OF AFRICA
THE LORD OF THE RINGS
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN
…and many more!
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra transports you to Hollywood in this film spectacular!
Filled with action and adventure, this concert is perfect for film lovers, families, newbies and regular concert-goers, so if you have never been to a classical concert before, why not give something new a try?
FREE: Join BBC Radio Northampton’s John Griff for a free Pre-Concert Talk with Pete Harrison at 6.30pm
Popular classical music used in iconic films of the last 50 years
together with some of the greatest Oscar winning original sound tracks.
With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Pete Harrison with soloists Johanna Röhrig (violin) and Oliver Poole (piano) along with Opera Prelude vocal soloists Francesca Chiejina (soprano) and Rosie Clifford (mezzo-soprano), presented by Aled Jones, generously supported by The Classical Club.
R Strauss – Also Sprach Zarathustra (as used in 2001 and Zoolander)
Handel – Rejouissance from Music for the Royal Fireworks (as used in The King’s Speech and Johnny English)
J Strauss – Blue Danube Waltz (as used in 2001, Titanic and Jungle Book)
Mussorgsky – Night on Bare Mountain (as used in Natural Born Killers, Saturday Night Fever and Fantasia)
Richard Addinsell – The Warsaw Concerto (from Serious Moonlight)
Wagner – The Ride of the Valkyries (as used in Apocalypse Now, The Blues Brothers and Rebel without a Cause)
Rossini – The William Tell Overture (as used in Clockwork Orange, National Lampoon and Toy Story 2)
John Williams – Schindlers List
Elgar – Pomp & Circumstance March No 1 (as used in Fantasia, Forrest Gump and Clockwork Orange)