Oscar winning composer Elliot Goldenthal will be celebrated in concert at the Film Music Festival in Krakow on May 26 at the Tinning Plant of ArcelorMittal Poland in Krakow.
The concert will include a special appearance by Oscar-nominated film and Tony-winning theatre director Julie Taymor.
It will be performed by the Polish Orchestra Sinfonietta Cracovia accompanied by Pro Musica Mundi Choir and the boys’ choir Pueri Contores Sancti Nicolai and conducted by composer Diego Navarro.
Goldenthal won an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award for his music to Taymor’s movie Frida. He also received Oscar nominations for his scores for both Interview with the Vampire and Michael Collins as well as for the original song “Burn it Blue” from Frida.
During the Festival, Goldenthal and Taymor will also participate in a moderated discussion.
The Film Music Festival in Krakow is organised by the Krakow Festival Office and RMF Classic.