Blue Planet II Live in Concert comes to Nottingham

Blue Planet II – Live in Concert – the highly anticipated arena tour from the BAFTA Award-winning television series – will be hitting Motorpoint Arena Nottingham on Friday 15 March.

Launching on February 12, the arena tour will also include concerts in Germany, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Holland and Belgium, before arriving into the UK on March 13.

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The concert will include highlights from across the TV series, each introduced by host Anita Rani live on stage and supported by the emotive orchestral accompaniment of the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra; who will be performing Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea and David Fleming’s immersive score, conducted by Matthew Freeman.

Blue Planet II – Live in Concert will transport guests, via the gigantic 4K Ultra HD LED screen and through the power of music, deep underwater for two hours of drama, entertainment, stunning visuals and majestic orchestrations.

Watch surfing dolphins, powerful killer whales and the beautiful clownfish in breathtaking musical sequences. The tentacles of jellyfish and octopus fill the screen while the ‘boiling sea’ Spinner Baitball sequence features a who’s who of amazing ocean predators in a wild feeding frenzy.

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The dramatic music brings the oceans to life as the audience are immersed in an emotional journey of glorious beauty, nail-biting tension, tranquil relaxation and profound questioning of how human action is affecting our marine families.

Conductor Matthew Freeman says: “Seeing the footage in these huge arenas on an enormous LED screen, with all that colour and those underwater worlds so closely photographed, accompanied by a 64-piece orchestra and a 16-voice choir through a huge, state-of-the-art PA system, it really is a phenomenal and powerful experience. We have extraordinary visuals, heightened with music that takes the viewer to another level. It’s really quite emotional.”

In addition to conducting the likes of Mozart, Rossini and Sibelius with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Albert Hall, Matthew is also the Musical Supervisor of the Olivier Award-nominated musical The Rat Pack Live From Las Vegas, which has toured the world and had repeated West End success. He’s also worked as musical director for Dame Shirley Bassey and produced and arranged huge orchestral productions of work by ABBA, Queen and George Michael among many others.

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Blue Planet II – Live in Concert starts its UK and Ireland tour on March 13, with 13 dates throughout the month, including a show at Motorpoint Arena Nottingham on Friday 15 March.

Tickets can be purchased online at
https://www.motorpointarenanottingham.com/Online/blue-planet or via 0843 373 3000 or in person at the Motorpoint Arena Box Office, Bolero Square, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1LA.