A modern multi-arts experience is set to take place in March with a live performance that can be watched online.
Mr. Adam is billed as a classical concert like no other as it integrates technology to enable real-time tracking of 14 frames onstage that combine projections with choreography and a symphonic performance to create a “revolutionary approach” to presenting classical music.
The live digital experience sees sixteen musicians perform live alongside pre-filmed scenes of the orchestra artists as well as actors, vloggers, ballet dancers, and children.
The production immerses the audience in the life of one man: Mr. Adam.
Taking place across sixteen episodes, the show tells a touching and hilarious story of birth, life, love, war and death to explore the power of humanity, community, and dreams.
The work of Welsh composer Sir Karl Jenkins has been transformed into a narrative piece by Kairat Kulbaev, Marat Bisengaliev, Vasily Barkhatov, and The Almaty Symphony Orchestra, who have combined digital design with a powerful performance.
The eclectic music by Sir Karl Jenkins is saturated with nomadic folk sound and national Kazakh musical instruments to give a unique charm and originality to Mr. Adam’s life.
Mr. Adam soloist for the Almaty Symphony Orchestra, Marat Bisengaliev said: “I’m really honoured to be part of this unique show – the brainchild of my dear friend and crazy dreamer, Kairat Kulbayev.
“This show has all the ingredients to become a success story. Beautiful music by the most popular modern composer Karl Jenkins, the genius of the show creator Vasily Barkhatov and our young talented musicians who were carefully cherry-picked for this show.
The Almaty Symphony Orchestra brings together talented musicians who integrate modern technologies with performances to create shows for audiences both new and familiar with classical music.
Mr Adam is set to take place at the Indigo at the O2 arena in Greenwich on March 19-21.
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