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Score It! At Leeds Young Film Festival

Score It! At Leeds Young Film Festival
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21 Apr 2019

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3 Millennium Square , Leeds, LS2 3AD

Leeds Young Film Festival & South Asian Arts-uk present

Film music like you’ve never heard it before – SCORE IT! returns to Leeds

In Hollywood, a musical score can deliver a successful soundtrack with its film or push it into stardom. Film themes can make its audience scream in triumph or weep from joy. They are recognisable, timeless and hold a special place for each of us.

That is why we are very excited to once again see our group of gifted young musicians of SCORE IT! perform these legendary musical scores with a twist on classic Indian instruments, such as the sitar, santoor and tabla. For the chance to revisit this group again, or perhaps witness them for the first time play iconic music from the heroic adventure saga of Harry Potter, to the cunning mischief of Pink Panther, to the wobbling side-to-side rum-filled heroes of Pirates of the Caribbean, and many more in this exciting lunchtime performance.

This one-hour piece really shows the wonders of how Western music translates onto musical traditions originating in other lands and cultures.

For further information about this performance contact SAA-UK on 0113 244 5523 or email

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Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.

£3 - Per Ticket

£10 - Family Ticket 

Wheelchair Access
  • Family friendly
  • Wheelchair access
  • Film
  • Leeds Young Film Festival
  • Music
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