Today: February 28, 2024

Celebrating 10 Years of Interstellar’s Score

2024 marks the 10 year anniversary of Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi masterpiece Interstellar. To celebrate this milestone, Roger Sayer – the organist who collaborated with Hans Zimmer on the film’s beloved score – is to tour ‘Interstellar 10’, a unique concert showcasing music from the film. And what better place to experience this magnificent event than the extraordinary St Mary Redcliffe Church, the home of “Britain’s finest organ”, in the city of Bristol.

Ellie Bowes, St Mary Redcliffe’s Visitor Services & Commercial Manager, said “we are delighted to host Roger Sayer, the chief organist who worked alongside Hans Zimmer to create the revolutionary soundtrack back in 2014. As part of this concert, Roger will be discussing crafting the soundtrack with Zimmer as well as performing arrangements from the film on our world class organ”. 

On the power of the instrument, Zimmer commented: ‘There’s something very human about (the organ) because it can only make a sound with air, and it needs to breathe. On each note you hear the breath, you hear the exhale.’ 

Set in a dystopian future where humanity is embroiled in a catastrophic blight and famine, Interstellar follows a group of astronauts who travel through a wormhole near Saturn in search of a new home for humankind. The film starred Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, and was nominated for five Academy Awards.

This unmissable organ concert takes place on Thursday 8th February 2024, at St Mary Redcliffe Church in Bristol. Tickets are available from eventbrite here.

A Pay What You Can system is in place for this event.

Therefore you can change the price of your tickets accordingly:

  • Standard – if you can afford to, please book this standard rate. Simply just continue through to the checkout without any promo code and pay the full value of the ticket.
  • Open Concession – if for any reason you don’t have the ability to afford the full value of the ticket at the moment, enter the code “OpenConcession” when buying your ticket and get 10% off the value of the ticket; let us welcome you to the event without any questions being asked as to why you need it.
  • Pay It Forward – If you are able and feeling generous, please consider choosing one of our add ons to Pay It Forward. This will add 10% onto your ticket price to help us subsidise our open concession rates and allow everyone to enjoy this event.
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