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Jonny Greenwood Shares Orchestra Performance
Christian Eede , January 31st, 2017 16:56

360° video captures the Radiohead guitarist performing work from There Will Be Blood soundtrack; watch below

The London Contemporary Orchestra have begun a UK tour which will see them play Jonny Greenwood's score for Paul Thomas Anderson film There Will Be Blood.

With that tour underway, the LCO have shared a 360° video capturing the live performers in rehearsal, alongside Jonny Greenwood, for the tour and you can check it out above. The tour kicked off at London's Southbank Centre last night, and the video above presents a version of 'Smear' from the soundtrack, recorded at the Southbank's Royal Festival Hall.

Last night, Greenwood joined the orchestra for their performance at the Southbank Centre, handling duties on the Ondes Martenot. Musician Cynthia Millar will take over that role for the remainder of the tour, while Paul Thomas Anderson's film will play alongside the live performance of the soundtrack. The tour continues at Birmingham's Symphony Hall on Sunday (February 5), followed by shows at the Brighton Dome on February 6 and Bristol's Colston Hall on February 7.

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