National Geographic Tunes into Musical Events

NORTH AMERICA—National Geographic Partners has partnered with Jason Michael Paul Entertainment to present the musical event “National Geographic: Symphony for Our World.”

April 6, 2018

National Geographic Tunes into Musical Events

Jason Michael Paul Entertainment is on board for an event series that sets Nat Geo footage to orchestral pieces.

NORTH AMERICA–National Geographic Partners has paired with Jason Michael Paul Entertainment to present the musical event “National Geographic: Symphony for Our World.”

The 90-minute live orchestral performance will combine National Geographic’s natural history footage with an original symphony and theme created by Bleeding Fingers Music. MGP Live has also signed on as the show’s official promoter with more than 50 shows planned through 2018.

"We're excited to share the breathtaking beauty of our world in this unique symphonic format with our partner Jason Michael Paul Entertainment, a prominent leader in film orchestra projects," says Rosa Zeegers, executive vice president, consumer products and experiences, National Geographic Partners. "Combining 130 years of National Geographic's stunning visual storytelling with original music from award-winning composers will bring the story of our planet to life in a truly special way for audiences all over the world."

The inaugural performance will

take place at the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco on Earth Day, April 22, in conjunction with the television broadcast of “Symphony for Our World.” Additional performance details can be found online at NatGeo-Symphony.com.

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