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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra : The Star Wars Saga

Prepare for the arrival of Star Wars Episode 7 with this spectacular telling of the Star Wars Saga through the iconic music of John Williams. Michael Seal conducts the world renowned City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, with stellar scene-setting from actor and voice impersonator, Marc Silk, himself a member of the Star Wars cast.


From the heroic opening titles to the clashing light sabres of Obi Wan and Darth Vader, this concert features the music that defined Star Wars’ greatest scenes. Cheer on the pod racers at the Flag Parade and fly through the asteroid field in the Millennium Falcon. Shed a tear at the doomed love of Anakin and Amidala and chill out with a cosmic cocktail to the sound of the Cantina Band. With costumed characters from the films invading the Royal Concert Hall this is THE musical event for all fans of Star Wars, young and old. May the Force of eighty brilliant musicians be with you!



20th Century Fox Fanfare

Star Wars Main Theme


Episode 1: The Phantom Menace

Flag Parade

Anakin’s Theme

Adventures of Jar – Jar Binks

Duel of the Fates featuring Chorus and Emerald Garrison Darth Maul & Obi-Wan costumed characters


Episode 2: The Attack of the Clones

Across the Stars

Yoda’s Theme

The Imperial March


Episode 3: The Revenge of the Sith

Battle of the Heroes with Chorus and Emerald Garrison Darth Vader costumed character.




Episode 4: A New Hope*

Here they Come!

The Cantina Band with varied Emerald Garrison costumed characters

Princess Leia’s Theme

The Throne Room


Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back

The Asteroid Field


Episode 6: The Return of the Jedi

Luke and Leia’s Theme

Parade of the Ewoks with Emerald Garrison costumed Ewoks

The Forest Battle

James Jarvis
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