The World of Hans Zimmer The World of Hans Zimmer A Symphonic Celebration
Taipei Shows postponed into 2021
In accordance with the global Covid-19 pandemic and the travel restrictions implemented by the German and Taiwanese governments concerning Covid19, Semmel Concerts Entertainment and udnFunLife regret to announce the performance of “The World of Hans Zimmer – A Symphonic Celebration” tour, planned at Taipei Arena in October 2020, to be postponed into 2021. Not confirming the rescheduling date yet, nevertheless we will inform about the new date no later than December 15, 2020. Should you choose to hold the tickets for next year’s performance, the seats will be reserved accordingly. We also offer full refund, including the purchase price and mailing and process fees, upon request until September 27, 2020. For more details, please refer to the official website and Facebook fanpage of udnFunlife.
Semmel Concerts Entertainment and udnFunLife promise to bring the wonderful and unique music experience to you soon. We kindly ask for your patience and will see you shortly.
The “The World of Hans Zimmer – A Symphonic Celebration” concert tour is on a triumphal procession across the world. The groundbreaking tour, which stars longtime friends and colleagues of Hans Zimmer – the rock star of film score composers – is set to remain in high demand.
Hans Zimmer is curator and musical director of the show, and although he isn’t performing himself, he has invited several renowned soloists from his talent factory and circle of friends to take part in the tour.
Lisa Gerrard – the voice of Hans Zimmer who’s been known worldwide since the “Gladiator” anthem “Now We Are Free”. Pedro Eustache – the flautist of “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Kung Fu Panda”, amongst many others, as well as violinist Rusanda Panfili and percussionists Lucy Landymore and Aleksandra Šuklar, who already contributed to the composer’s Hans Zimmer Live Tour.
Further talented soloists chosen by Hans Zimmer for the tour are the singers Gan-ya Ben-gur Akselrod and Asja Kadrić, cellist Marie Spaemann, guitarist Amir John Haddad, e-bass player Juan Garcia-Herreros, pianist Eliane Correa, as well as the percussionist Luis Ribeiro.
Under the direction of Gavin Greenaway – the soundtrack conductor Hans Zimmer says he trusts more than he trusts himself – a symphony orchestra delivers an intense and unforgettable concert experience.