The One Shot Concert – A Flight through the Orchestra
A New Visual Language: Each movement of this concert was filmed in one long, continuous shot. The camera, hoisted on a thirteen-meter long crane, was able to reach any position either from within or from outside the orchestra. This way, each individual instrumentalist’s perspective can be captured in a way not seen before. A New Sound: Dolby 5.1 Surround technology has offered us undreamt-of possibilities in sound, but it is only now – in combination with the new filming technique – that this audio technology is perfectly enhanced: The camera virtually mirrors the microphone visually. A Completely New Experience: The audience will get to know the orchestra from a completely new and totally different perspective: The viewer is no longer simply the viewer, but the participant observer. Much different from the distanced experience of the average concertgoer, the audience will be closer to the creative process within the orchestra than ever before. This concert film recording is available in 4K - adding to the ground-breaking character of this production.
Johannes Brahms: Symphony No.2 in D Major