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La Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México (OSN) will be performing two nights of Stanley Kubrick film music titled 'Kubrick Sinfónico Reloaded' or Kubrick Symphonic Reloaded at Palacio de Bellas Artes. - Photo Credit: INBAL / Palaciode Bellas Artes
Photo Credit: INBAL / Palaciode Bellas Artes

La Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México (OSN) will be performing two nights of Stanley Kubrick film music titled ‘Kubrick Sinfónico Reloaded’ or Kubrick Symphonic Reloaded at Palacio de Bellas Artes.

The National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico (La Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México) will be playing a full range of iconic pieces from Stanley Kubrick’s films on Friday, March 6 (8 pm) and Sunday, March 8 (12:15 pm) in Mexico City’s Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes).

According to INBAL (Mexico’s National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature), eleven compositions will be featured total from Barry Lyndon, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining, and Eyes Wide Shut. * “Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 and 4” are counted as one piece for the above INBAL link’s number of 10. José Luis Castillo will be conducting/guest directed the show with Juan Arturo Brennan narrating the event with the history of each piece. The presentation will be part of OSN’s ‘Programa 5’, or fifth program of the season.

The Full Program:

2001: A Space OdysseyJohann Strauss/Performed by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Herbert von Karajan. (version for film) – “The Blue Danube”

A Clockwork OrangeBeethoven/Wendy Carlos (version for film) – “Suicide Scherzo (Ninth Symphony, Second Movement, Abridged)”
A Clockwork OrangeEdward Elgar – “Pomp And Circumstance March No. 1”
A Clockwork OrangeEdward Elgar – “Pomp And Circumstance March No. 4”
A Clockwork OrangeHenry Purcell/Wendy Carlos (version for film) – “Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary”

Barry LyndonFranz Schubert – “German Dance No. 1 in C major”
Barry LyndonFranz Schubert – “Piano Trio in E-Flat, Film Adaptation of the Opus 100 2nd Movement”
Barry LyndonFrederick The Great – Hohenfriedberger March *

Eyes Wide ShutDmitri Shostakovich – “Waltz No. 2”
Eyes Wide ShutFranz Liszt – “Grey Clouds”

The ShiningGyörgy Ligeti/Wendy Carlos (version for film) – “Lontano”

Kubrick Sinfónico Reloaded: Ticket Availability

Tickets for the event appear sold out on Ticketmaster for Sunday’s event and no longer available online for tonight’s performance. If you’re a local resident, your best bet might be to go to the venue’s box office.

More Stanley Kubrick Coverage at The Natural Aristocrat

Be sure to watch The Natural Aristocrat’s exclusive one-on-one interview with Stanley Kubrick’s daughter Katharina Kubrick and view a walking video tour of the ‘Envisioning 2001″ exhibit at NYC’s Museum of the Moving Image.

Footage of the entire ‘Envisioning 2001′ press presentation featuring a Q & A session with Katharina Kubrick is also available!

The Natural Aristocrat examined the greatness of Barry Lyndon’s use of Handel’s ‘Sarabande’ duel music and how it layered the film. Read more Kubrick articles on The Natural Aristocrat’s Stanley Kubrick category section.

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