THE CINEMATIC ORCHESTRA - LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL - OUT NOW

The Cinematic Orchestra | 05/05/08

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On November 2nd 2007, Jason Swinscoe brought an enhanced line-up of the Cinematic Orchestra, incorporating the 24 piece Heritage Orchestra to this amazing venue and played to a sold-out crowd of more than 4000 people. With over 40 musicians onstage at times, Swinscoe and his colleagues used the show as a unique opportunity to expand his chamber pieces from both On November 2nd 2007, Jason Swinscoe brought an enhanced line-up of the Cinematic Orchestra, incorporating the 24 piece Heritage Orchestra to this amazing venue and played to a sold-out crowd of more than 4000 people. With over 40 musicians onstage at times, Swinscoe and his colleagues used the show as a unique opportunity to expand his chamber pieces from both

Ma Fleur and Everyday into intense, beautiful and exquisitely realized epics which left the huge audience baying for more.

"Playing London's 4000-seater Royal Albert Hall is hardly like doing a gig at a festival or club. But these days it's one of the few venues that can genuinely do justice to the sheer scale and splendor of what The Cinematic Orchestra have become. Recorded last November when they were joined by the 24-piece Heritage Orchestra onstage, this live album captures them at the height of their powers. From the opener "All That You Give" to the climatic "Time and Space', these tracks build into a symphony as vast and ornate as the Hall itself, yet still manage to capture the most intimate of emotions within their expansive grace." ***** -- DJ

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