The Cinematic Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall
The enigmatic electronic jazz group treats us to an awe-inspiring streamed performance from the Royal Festival Hall.
In their debut streamed event and first performance at the Southbank Centre, the band plays tracks from new album To Believe as well as their hits.
Called ‘heartbreakingly brilliant’ by The Guardian, To Believe explores a timeless question of vital importance in today’s world: what is truth?
The album features contributions from collaborators old and new, including Moses Sumney, Roots Manuva, Dorian Concept, Grey Reverend and Heidi Vogel.
Drawing deep from jazz combined with modern electronic production techniques, the influential artists cemented their status as pioneers with 1999 debut Motion.
They have helped pave the way for the next generation of artists such as Floating Points, Kamasi Washington, BADBADNOTGOOD and Ólafur Arnalds.
The film is directed by Leander Ward.
Ward co-directed, produced and filmed the award-winning The Crimson Wing – Mystery of the Flamingos, the first film in the Disneynature series. With a soundtrack composed and performed by the Cinematic Orchestra, the film is a visually stunning look at life and death for the flamingos of Tanzania’s Lake Natron.
This event was filmed in the Royal Festival Hall in November 2020 exclusively for the Southbank Centre. Join the global streaming event on Friday 11 December.
Need to know
This event is streamed. Streaming is provided by DICE on behalf of the Southbank Centre.
Please ensure that you have access to a stable WiFi network in order to watch the event. More information on how to access the stream is available when you click through to the DICE website to purchase your ticket.
If you are in the British Isles, use the following link to view the event.
If you are watching outside the UK, use the following links to view the event.
We are streaming events with a number of different platforms. Check the event information drop-down menu above to find out which platform you can use to view your event. Clicking the blue booking button takes you to the relevant viewing platform. Read on to find out more about how and where you can watch.
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Streaming is provided by Marquee TV on behalf of the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Southbank Centre.
Please ensure that you have access to a stable WiFi network in order to watch the event. More information on how to access the stream is available when you click through to the website
This concert will be available to view for free for seven days, after which it will only be available to Marquee TV subscribers.
If you have a Google Chromecast connected to your TV, this can be used to live stream the event (so long as it's second generation or newer).
You can also use any screencasting apps are compatible with your TV. Make sure the app is downloaded to your TV and your mobile phone.