THE FOURTH CHAPTER OF THE FILM SERIES CONCERTS, HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE™ IN CONCERT.
The audience can now watch the next chapter of the film concerts about the Harry Potter saga, together with the Beiras philharmonic orchestra (with more than 90 musicians on the stage), interpreting live the repertory composed by Patrick Doyle.
The film concerts based upon the Harry Potter saga return to Altice Arena with the concert “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, the fourth film of the series. On February 15th 2010, the Beiras philharmonic orchestra is interpreting live the magical soundtrack of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, whilst the film is being simultaneously and fully projected on a 20-metre wide by 8-metre height, HD screen.
In the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire film, the protagonist is mysteriously enrolled in the 3 Wizards Tournament, an exhausting competition among three schools of magic, where the youngest sorcerer confronts a dragon, water devils and an enchanted labyrinth, with the single purpose to be in the hands of the Lord Valdemort. All changes when Harry, Ron and Herminone, leave their childhood forever to fight against challenges placed beyond their imagination
The soundtrack composed by Patrick Doyle (Brave, Hamlet, Sense and Sensibility) has added new emotional touches to the film, with more dark melodic trends, to join these new adventures of Harry Potter and his friends. The soundtrack of Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire has won the International Film Music Award (IFMCA) and the ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards.