Earth Day can be a time of reflection, education or re-commitment to the world we live in. Lakeshore Records is proud to have partnered with filmmakers and composers on climate change and environmental projects such as through last year’s Before The Flood release in which we, along with composers Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, Gustavo Santaolalla and Mogwai, helped raise $10k for terrapass, a charity that works to offset carbon emissions.
This year, we are pleased to present National Geographic’s A Symphony For Our World, which premieres tonight. This, and other Earth Day films below feature music by some of the world’s most celebrated musicians and composers.
Heading into Earth Day weekend, Lakeshore Records is thrilled to release the soundtrack to National Geographic’s Symphony For Our World, featuring original symphony and theme created by Emmy- and BAFTA-nominated Bleeding Fingers Music featuring composers Austin Fray and Andrew Christie, and a special musical collaboration with X Ambassadors! Also, the Little Pink House soundtrack featuring score by Scott McRae and Ryan Rapsys debuts digitally on the same day as the theatrical premiere. Keep reading for more details on these releases and our new album pre-orders.
For Earth Day this year, tune in to National Geographic for an unprecedented television event and live orchestra performances in North America!
Combining stunning National Geographic natural history footage with an original symphony and theme, created by Emmy®– and BAFTA-nominated Bleeding Fingers Music featuring composers Austin Fray and Andrew Christie, Symphony for Our World is a breathtaking musical journey through some of the world’s most incredible wildlife spectacles. With a live orchestra and choir, the show brings viewers from the depths of the sea, up to coastlines, over mountains, and soaring into the sky. Stay tuned for details on the soundtrack! Keep reading to learn more about the live concert events.
SPECIAL TV PREMIERE: An hour-long special of Symphony for Our World airs commercial-free this EARTH DAY, Sunday, Apr. 22 at 7/6c on Nat Geo WILD.