Featured Past Performances
Casino Royale in Concert
Bond on the big screen accompanied by a full symphony orchestra performing composer David Arnold’s score live to picture. Casino Royale brings us Bond at the start of his career, having just earned 00 status, and introduces us to Daniel Craig as James Bond. Presented in 2020 at Montréal's Place des Arts, and co-presented in 2018 in Toronto with TOLive.
Skyfall in Concert
Audiences experienced composer Thomas Newman’s BAFTA-winning original score performed by live orchestra in sync with the film. Directed by Sam Mendes, the action takes 007 from a thrilling chase across the rooftops of Istanbul to the violent underworld of Macau, and ultimately to the streets of London and the very heart of MI6 itself. Co-presented in 202o in Toronto with TOLive.
Jonathan Antoine Live in Concert
Crossover British tenor and star of Britain’s Got Talent, Jonathan Antoine performed Disney anthems, popular songs and classical arias. The concert was filmed for television and featured internationally acclaimed, Grammy-nominated virtuoso electric cellist, Tina Guo and Disney Music Group's a cappella group, DCappella.
Ghostbusters in Concert
Ghostbusters, on the big screen with live orchestra. Peter Bernstein, son of the Academy Award®-winning composer and an orchestrator for the film, reconstructed Elmer Bernstein’s brilliant score and joined the performance as a special guest conductor. Attila Glatz Concert Productions co-presented with Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.
Nathan Carter: Celtic Country
On his debut tour in 2018 and again in 2019, Nathan, his Irish band and special guest star Chloë Agnew, (Celtic Woman), performed a show-stopping mix of pop, country and Celtic songs for a series of venues across America and in Toronto, Canada.
Zoltán Mága From Budapest with Love
Hungary’s foremost violin virtuoso Zoltán Mága was introduced to North America through his PBS special in 2015, and his collaboration with Attila Glatz Concert Productions brought him back in 2019 following his second concert filmed for PBS. The hallmarks of his performances are Zoltán Mága's fiery speeds, with his orchestra, the Budapest Gypsy Virtuosi.
Jurassic Park in Concert
Jurassic Park transformed the movie-going experience for an entire generation and became the highest-grossing film of all time in 1993. In Jurassic Park in Concert, the film is shown on a vast HD screen while one of John Williams’ most iconic and beloved musical scores is performed live, in-sync by a full orchestra. Co-presented in 2017 in Toronto with the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts and presented in Montréal in 2019.
Winner of eight Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Amadeus is an aural and visual treat. Audiences experience this beautiful and tragic tale on a vast HD screen while Mozart’s most celebrated works are performed live in-sync with a full orchestra and choir. Screened in 2017 in Montréal and Edmonton; 2018 in Miami and West Palm Beach; and 2016 and 2019 in Toronto.
Festival of Stars
This 3-concert music festival featured artists including Daniel O'Donnell, Neil Sedaka, Mickey Gilley, a Jersey Boys tribute group, Nathan Carter, Crystal Gayle, and Canadian fiddle and step-dancing champions The Fitzgeralds, along with guests such as Mary Duff and Chloë Agnew.
An Evening with Mario Frangoulis
Described by Broadwayworld.com as "the cross-over sensation blessed with movie-star good looks and one of the most beautiful tenor voices on earth," Mario returned to North America with a 3-city tour to support his public television special, "Sing Me An Angel," which aired in summer and fall of 2017.
This multi-talented, Irish-born performer has starred in 12 national PBS television specials and has sold over 12 million CDs and DVDs worldwide. O’Donnell has become a household name in Canada, Ireland, the UK , the US and Australia. He is also the first recording artist to have a different album on the UK charts every year for 25 consecutive years.
E.T. Live in Concert
The beloved movie that captured audiences around the world on a massive HD screen with John Williams' OSCAR-winning score performed live by a full symphony orchestra, in sync with the film. Screened in December 2016 in Toronto with Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.
Rhythm of the Dance
This incredible live show celebrates the rich history of Ireland and the art of Irish dance, from the disciplined Celtic Step to the sensual, ancient Sean Nos dance style. Attila Glatz Concert Productions was proud to be the sole 2017 promoter of Rhythm of the Dance in Canada and NE USA.
Magnificat! KlangVerwaltung Orchestra & Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern Chorus
Celebrating its 20th anniversary with its second North American tour in October 2016, performing Mozart's Requiem and Bach's Magnificat. Presented by Attila Glatz Concert Productions in association with Arts & Entertainment Productions.
Vienna Mozart Orchestra
Founded in 1986 by Viennese musicians, this ensemble preserves Vienna's symphonic traditions of the Classical era. The orchestra’s musicians present their concerts in period dress and each performance exudes an enthusiasm that envelops the audience with a concert ambience typical of the end of the 18th Century. Attila Glatz Concert Productions produced the orchestra's 2016 North American tour.
The Band of the Royal Marines and the Pipes, Drums and Highland Dancers of the Scots Guards
With signature precision marching and a reputation of excellence world-wide, this ensemble is a regular feature at prestigious venues and events, from the Royal Albert Hall in London to the military tattoo in Basel. Co-presented in Toronto with Roy Thomson Hall in 2016.
The Godfather Live in Concert
Nino Rota’s immortal score performed simultaneously in sync with the original film shown on a massive HD screen. Produced by CineConcerts and presented in February 2016 by Attila Glatz Concert Productions in Montréal and co-presented in Toronto with the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.
Back to the Future in Concert
To celebrate the film's 30th Anniversary, Back to the Future in Concert was presented at Radio City Music Hall for its only New York-area performances in 2015. For two nights, the iconic film was presented on the big screen while Alan Silvestri’s electrifying score was played live, in sync with the original picture! Presented in partnership with Radio City Music Hall & IMG Artists.
Winner of five Academy Awards® and countless other honours, Gladiator remains one of the most popular films in its genre of all time. Attila Glatz Concert Productions proudly co-presented the Canadian premiere with Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto in 2015, and presented the epic event in Montréal.
Itzhak Perlman in Recital with Pianist Rohan De Silva
A player of legendary renown, Itzhak Perlman is a superstar, a musician of technical wizardry, an interpreter of unmatched grace and power, and a legend. Presented in Hartford and New York City in 2015 by Attila Glatz Concert Productions, Mr. Perlman appeared by arrangement with IMG Artists.
The Vienna Boys Choir
The world's preeminent boys choir, in two intimate concerts in Calgary in November 2014.
“There’s no more gratifying sound than that of children singing. And there’s no more polished ensemble of children’s voices than the Vienna Boys Choir.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Natalie Dessay and Michel Legrand
Presented renowned soprano, Natalie Dessay, in her collaboration with legendary composer, Michel Legrand, at the Vienna Konzerthaus and, in association with The Royal Conservatory, at Koerner Hall in Toronto in 2013. Dessay sang from the Legrand songbook of selected pieces from more than 200 film and television scores, several musicals and over 100 albums.
Toronto performance of singer, actor, and conductor Plácido Domingo at Toronto's Air Canada Centre in 2000. Domingo's repertoire includes 140 stage roles, and he is featured in over 100 recordings.
Photo: Plácido Domingo, by Richard Haughton
A New World: intimate music from FINAL FANTASY
This performance featured the extraordinary music, characters, and settings of over 25 years of FINAL FANTASY, scored for a variety of chamber ensembles. Presented at Royal Albert Hall in London, England in October 2014 in association with Columbia Artists Management.
Hungarian State Folk Ensemble
Presented in 2013 in several Canadian cities. With an audience base of 7.5 million people in 44 countries, it is considered one of the world's greatest folkloric dance ensembles. “It is marvellous; crackling with dancing that snaps like a whip in a program framed ... by a sophisticated context." Anna Kisselgoff, New York Times
Beijing Symphony Orchestra
Wu Promotion with cooperation from Attila Glatz Concert Productions presented the critically-acclaimed Chinese ensemble, the Beijing Symphony Orchestra, which has been praised for both for its interpretation of standard repertoire and for premiering the works of Chinese composers. This 2013 tour was the ensemble's first trip to North America and it included a debut at Carnegie Hall.
Pavlo: Mediterranean Nights
Toronto-born master-composer and guitar virtuoso Pavlo included Hamilton, Ontario in his 85-city tour through the USA in 2009, to the delight of his wide and dedicated Canadian fan-base. From his world-class band to the sizzling salsa and belly dancers that performed with him during his tour, this concert created a breathtaking escape to the Mediterranean.
Photo: Pavlo, photo by Kaz Ehara of Sakana Photography
Lord of the Rings Symphony
A symphony in six movements for orchestra, chorus, and soloists, composed by Howard Shore, and presented in Winnipeg and Calgary in 2008. The work includes symphony orchestra, choruses, and soloists presented with video projections excerpted from the award-winning film of the same name.
Presented in association with Columbia Artists Management. Photo: courtesy of Columbia Artists Management
Tango Buenos Aires
Authentic and uncompromising representation of this passionate dance form. With a tango orchestra, this sizzling ensemble transports audiences into another time and place, where the nights are long and the dance is everything. “...Repeatedly crafted swirling, fast-paced tapestries of movement, laced with proud postures and sensual couplings.” The Washington Post
Produced in collaboration with Miklós Gábor Kerényi, director of the Budapest Operetta Theater, this performance featured an all-star cast from some the best European theatres. This 2005 concert in New Brunswick, NJ was part of the Budapest Operetta Theatre's first North American tour, and thrilled audiences with excerpts from Die Fledermaus, Merry Widow and Gypsy Princess.