Lords of the Sound. Cinematic. Better than 5 years

18 October 2019, Fri. 19:00
National Palace of Arts "Ukraine" Kyiv, Kiev, B. Vasilkovskaya, 103, m. "The Palace of Ukraine".
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On October 18, 2019 at 19:00 in the "Ukraine" Palace, an anniversary concert by Lords of the Sound will be held. Kinokhites: Better Than 5 Years!

Simple and meaningful is the new concert program from the modern orchestra Lords of the Sound. After all, the Lords celebrate their first 5 years of intense creative path! And they definitely have something to celebrate. After all, the project became one of the most demanded musical groups of our country, playing numerous concerts in Ukraine and abroad, working with artists of the world.
During this time, the musicians managed to manifest themselves in completely different roles, giving us a variety of music. They became the first to introduce the inflammatory format of orchestral concerts, departing from stereotyped academies.
That is a business card of a skilled team, their starting point is the music from the movies. And this time for their precious viewers, the Lords have collected the most striking soundtracks! These are the kinohites that have no shelf-life, becoming the classics of cinema:

Sherlock Holmes
Pirates of the Caribbean
Requiem for a dream
Criminal Reading
Moulin Rouge
Game of Thrones
The Master and Margarita
The biggest Schoumen and others

The Lords of the Sound concerts are filled with the beauty of the symphonic sound of your favorite songs, the rock band, vibrant visual effects, powerful vocal bands of soloists and chorus, the energy and unbridled positive of the whole collective!
Young, inflammatory, artistic Lords of the Sound will plunge you into the action and saturate with explosive emotions. On October 18, 2019 at 19:00 in the "Ukraine" Palace at the "Kinokhite: better in 5 years" concert!

Musicians from the Lords of the Sound Orchestra take part in the concert. Soloist: Yaroslav Radionenko.
Conductor: Vitaly Sarazhinsky and Shahrokh Fathizadeh.
Producer: Andrew Novatorov.