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Trailer Music Live June 27th in Santa Monica, CA

Direct From London’s Wembley Grand Hall to Santa Monica’s The Broad Theatre… IMPERATIVA RECORDS PRESENTS:


 Experience Music and Visuals Featured in More Than 2,500 Motion Picture Theatrical Trailers and Television Franchises Including “Lord of the Rings,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Harry Potter,” “Spider-Man,” and more…
Santa Monica, CA (May 19, 2009) — We all know the best part of going to the movies is watching the trailers… and the best part of the movie trailers is the music. Imperativa Records presents a first-of-its-kind, multimedia event. Trailer Music Live, will feature music that has been composed, produced and featured in more than 2,500 theatrical trailers including such blockbuster motion picture franchises as “Lord of the Rings,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,â€? “Harry Potter,â€? “Spider-Man,â€? and many others. This truly unique live concert experience will incorporate video of trailer footage from major motion pictures throughout the evening and simultaneously marry these images with performances from an astonishing array of live musicians on stage. The event will feature more than 100 performers; including singers from the Angeles Chorale, recording artists Immediate, and rock band Globus. For over 15 years, Immediate has been Hollywood’s preeminent producer of original music for major motion picture trailers. Immediate pioneered the broad distribution of “trailer musicâ€? with their recent debut commercial album “Trailerhead.â€? The internationally acclaimed rock music ensemble Globus’s  current hit single, “Orchard of Mines,â€? is currently enjoying over nine consecutive weeks on Billboard Magazine’s “Hot Singles” chart. 

Yoav Goren, Imperativa Records founder and a composer/musician with both Immediate and Globus says, “This event was received with such enthusiasm in London that we felt compelled to bring it to the states. Trailer Music Live is an epic concert event featuring a large orchestra, choir and rock band performing familiar movie music whichhas never before been heard in a live setting. This event will appeal to movie fans of all ages by bringing our epic trailer music directly from the movie screen to the live stage.”

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#   #   # More on the participants:The rock group Globus will be performing several trailer inspired tracks from its acclaimed album “Epiconâ€? during the June 27th event. Previously, Globus performed a major concert last summer at London’s Wembley Grand Hall. Globus’ current hit single, “Orchard of Mines,â€? is currently enjoying over nine weeks on Billboard’s Hot Singles charts and is currently listed as #8 on NMW’s Top 40 Radio Airplay List .  The recording artist Immediate’s recently debuted release “Trailerhead” contains 15 epic tracks, each of which presents a highly emotional experience. The tracks mix orchestra with hard hitting electronics and formidable grooves, along with massive, sweeping and memorable choral melodies. Performed by a 100 piece orchestra and 70 member choir, “Trailerheadâ€? features some of the most rousing, powerful, and talked about trailer music which has been heard in movie theaters all over the world. The Angeles Chorale is a world-class, large choral ensemble based in Los Angeles, and has presented the choral masterworks for more than a third of a century. The chorale has appeared as guest artist with the area’s leading orchestras, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the Pasadena Symphony, the Pasadena Pops, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the California Philharmonic and the Glendale Symphony Orchestra, and has also made numerous appearances with the American Youth Symphony.
Angeles Chorale voices are also often heard in movie theaters around the world, having recorded large numbers of choral backgrounds and effects used in feature film trailers and television s.