Thursday, February 24, 2011

Present his music with the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in the United Kingdom

.- The Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) will play this summer in a series of concerts in the UK several musical pieces written by veteran British actor Anthony Hopkins, as the CBSO. While fame has always been accompanied on the big screen, the interpreter 73, immortalized for giving life to the sadistic Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs "(" The Silence of the Lambs ") is less known for his songwriter vein.

In a series of concerts scheduled for the summer in this country, Hopkins presented for the first time the British public more of their original compositions, among which also includes a new piece written for the CBSO. During the concerts, is also expected that the actor speaks of his musical work and the creative process with producer Tommy Pearson.

The CBSO will also perform themes from some of the most popular films of Oscar-winning actor, such as that "Silence of the Lambs," the film that earned him the statuette in the category of "Best Actor" in 1991. "I am extremely happy to work with the CBSO and bring my compositions to the UK for the first time, "Hopkins said the British media.

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