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Star Trek Live In Concert Series Headed To Australia August 27, 2014

by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Conventions/Events/Attractions,Music,Star Trek (2009 film),Star Trek Into Darkness , trackback

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Earlier this summer we reported on the US debut of ‘Star Trek Live In Concert’ series of orchestral performances of the music of Star Trek shown along with screenings of JJ Abrams Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness. And now new dates have been added to the schedule, this time down under in Australia. Details below.

Star Trek Live In Concert Goes To Australia

New dates have been added for Star Trek Live In Concert’ for Brisbane and Melbourne in Australia. On Saturday January 31st and Sunday February 1st 2015 the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will perform Michael Giacchino’s score live to an HD screening of JJ Abrams’ Star Trek. And on Saturday February 7th the Queensland Symphony will do the same in Brisbane, Australia. Tickets for the Melbourne show range from $50-$120 and go on sale September 10th. You can also join the waitlist for tickets for the Brisbane showing.


Promo for Queensland event

Currently Michael Giacchino is not schedule to attend either of the events in Australia. Giacchino is very busy currently, as he is currently working on the scores for three feature films to be released in the summer of 2015 (Inside Out, Jurassic World, and Tomorrowland.

Current Schedule

Here is the current schedule for Star Trek Live In Concert. 

NOTE: More dates, cities may be added. TrekMovie will update closer to events

Reminder: Star Trek Into Darkness Deluxe Edition

Last month Varese Sarabande released the Deluxe Edition of Michael Giacchino’s score for Star Trek Into Darkness with 51 tracks and 2 hours of music total.  The limited edition 2-CD set costs $26.98 and can be purchased at VareseSarabande.com.

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Deluxe Edition Cover

Comments

1. SirMartman - August 27, 2014

The theme music for Star Trek is just amazing,,it really is classic sci fi music !

(always thought the drums could be abit louder thou)

:)

2. Cole - August 27, 2014

Having gone to both concerts in London in May, I cannot recommend them enough. Experiencing the music of these films live, surrounded by fellow fans, cannot be beaten. If you can get to one, GO! :D

3. Captain Dan - August 27, 2014

Interesting that Sydney misses out – now to contemplate a visit to either Melbourne or Brisbane so I don’t miss it :)

4. Stelios Arianoutsos - August 27, 2014

Any chance to see this happening somewhere in Balkans?

5. LogicalLeopard - August 28, 2014

I’m not very into orchestra music, but man if I don’t love that new opening credits theme from the nu-Trek movies. There are periods when I catch myself humming that thing the whole day. It’s a wonderful piece of music. Star Trek has had pretty good music all the way through. I think the Voyager theme is perhaps the worst of the bunch, but that’s not bad. It grew on me, especially that little part as the ship skims over the rings of that planet.

6. StevenPDX - August 28, 2014

Done! I just bought my tickets for the Portland, OR show. I’ve seen movies with live music before and they are so much fun.I can’t wait!!

Thanks for making this known, Trekmovie. I learned about Trek in the Park from this site too, which was fantastic. That’s why I love this site so much!

7. Keachick (Rose) - August 28, 2014

Watching a movie while live music accompanies is reminiscent of the old days when there was an orchestra in the pit and/or a person playing a Wurlitzer organ as the movie (possibly silent) played. Apparently my great-grandmother played that organ and traveled around the US giving concerts and also playing accompaniment to films being shown (early 1900’s).

8. French Trekker - August 29, 2014

If only it could to France …

9. Admiral Stedman - August 29, 2014

I feel like nothing like this EVER comes to Florida. Shatner came here in 2011 and I met him then, but that is it. I know this state can be wacky, but can we get a little more Trek love please.

10. Marja, music lover - August 29, 2014

9, Admiral,

AGREE SO MUCH.

I would travel from North Florida to Tampa/Orlando or Atlanta to see such a concert.

Alas….

11. Derek - August 30, 2014

iive been twitter-harassing the guys to come down to South Africa also! would LOVE to see this live!!

12. Thorny - August 30, 2014

Maybe it was just me, but the Into Darkness soundtrack was just kinda blah, a major let down from ST09. Giaccinno is capable of great things, but Into Darkness was not one of them. A lot like Horner’s Star Trek III score. Minimum-work money-grabs, both.

Your mileage may vary.

13. James Horner - August 31, 2014

Oh, it’s just the bad movies? I’ll pass.

14. Marja - August 31, 2014

Thorny, I still love the Khan piano theme that morphed into the orchestral. I’m thinking you must have liked the Nero theme with the dire-sounding chorus … creative but not my thing, even though I’m a singer.

15. rogerachong - September 3, 2014

Ode to Harrison and London Calling from into darkness are the best in my mind.

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