The Radiohead member teams up with the London Contemporary Orchestra to perform his score of the Academy Award-winning film.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2008 Academy Award-winning film, ‘There Will Be Blood’, is going to be accompanied by a live orchestral performance of Jonny Greenwood’s score at London’s Royal Festival Hall, August 19.
The London Contemporary Orchestra, conducted by Hugh Brunt, brings together over 50 musicians, with Jonny Greenwood himself performing on the ondes martenot.
London Contemporary Orchestra has been performing Greenwood’s compositions since 2008, and in 2012 recorded his score for Anderson’s ‘The Master’. The LCO have collaborated on a number of cross-arts projects with the likes of Secret Cinema, Vivienne Westwood, members of Arcade Fire, United Visual Artists, Ron Arad, Mike Figgis, Conrad Shawcross, Jimmy Page and Foals.
‘There Will Be Blood – Live’ takes place at the Royal Festival Hall, August 19. More info and tickets available here.