Aliens Live celebrates the multi-Academy Award® winning sci-fi epic Aliens (1986) with James Horner’s thrilling score performed by a full orchestra alongside the film.
This time it’s war.
Sigourney Weaver stars in the clash between humans and aliens in Cameron’s first collaboration with James Horner, earning both Weaver and Horner Academy Award® nominations for Best Actress and Best Music respectively.
57 years after the original events of Alien, the planet where Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) first met the alien predator has been colonised. When all contact with the inhabitants is lost she joins a squad of marines to return to the planet.
First Half: 1 hour 14 minutes
Interval: 20 minutes
Second Half: 1 hour 3 minutes
Total running time: 2 hours 37 minutes (including interval)
- Symphony Orchestra of 85
Composer: James Horner
Film Director: James Cameron
Film Producer: 20th Century-Fox, Brandywine Productions
Aliens Live is produced by Avex Classics International
Intermusica represent Aliens Live worldwide with the exception of Japan and selected cities in the UK and France.
Conductors associated with this production include:
- Ludwig Wicki
- Dirk Brosse
- David Firman
- Neil Thomson
- Ernst van Tiel
- Richard Kaufman
- Jeffery Schindler
Aliens Live is an Avex Classics International Production
Whether it's bringing cinematic masterpieces to life by placing soundtracks front and centre or producing original theatrical and musical content, Avex Classics International are at the cutting edge of live classical entertainment. ACI's mission is to create, innovate and facilitate exciting and engaging experiences for artists and audiences alike. Established in 2014, Avex Classics International is a division of Japan’s leading entertainment business, the Avex Group.
"A flaming, flashing, crashing, crackling blow-'em-up show that keeps you popping from your seat despite your better instincts"New York Times, July 1986
“To hear it live whilst watching the film unfold is simply sensational...Both impressive and immersive, this is the pinnacle of movie watching”The Hollywood News, November 2016