Having scored some of Hollywood’s most iconic movies, Hans Zimmer is known as one the most acclaimed film composers in cinema. What better way to honor the musical mastermind than hearing an orchestra in Denver performing the composer’s most recognizable works in a stunning candlelit setting? Thanks to the moving melodies of classical music and the glow from a sea of candles, this magical Candlelight concert is set to be a treat for both the eyes and the ears.
This November, Denver’s Range Ensemble Orchestra will be performing scores from famous movies including Interstellar and Gladiator inside the historic Trinity United Methodist Church. Hundreds of candles will be illuminating this gorgeous setting to create a soothing ambiance for concertgoers to experience orchestral takes on the works of this legendary film composer.
Known for combining electronic music with traditional orchestral sounds, Hans Zimmer is regarded as a pioneering musical figure in the movie industry. The ingenious composer has lent his talents to some of the biggest movies ever made, from animated classics like The Lion King as well as action-packed blockbusters including Inception. This November, this spellbinding Candlelight concert will be paying tribute to these movies and more while a sea of candles lights up Trinity United Methodist Church—Denver’s largest Methodist church and over 100-years old.
With the help of woodwind, brass and string instruments, Range Ensemble Orchestra will be working their magic on the fabulous scores composed by Hans Zimmer. The captivating compositions heard in Pirates of the Caribbean, Pearl Harbor, Dune and more iconic movies will sound through this 19th-century church located in downtown Denver. Thousands of candles will light up the stunning stained glassed windows and 135-year-old organ to create an enchanting atmosphere perfect to experience live music in.
Taking place on November 3rd, this one-of-a-kind Candlelight concert will be dazzling audiences with stunning orchestral takes on Hans Zimmer’s most esteemed works. Get ready to experience the magic of the movies in a whole new way thanks to the gifted Range Ensemble Orchestra and a sea of twinkling candles.
They’ll be two back-to-back performances on the night, with the earlier concert starting at 6:30pm and the later one at 9pm. Each concert lasts 65 minutes and doors open 60 minutes prior to the start time.