The final concert of the 2007 Schloss Sanssoucci Music
Festival was presented by Scott Lawton and the Deutsches Filmorchester.
The program presented popular classical and film music. Here is the
title from John Williams' "E.T." score known as 'Adventures on Earth'.
In October 2007 Scott Lawton led a concert of music by songwriter
Mousse T. He is most well-known as the write of Tom Jones' comeback "Sex
Bomb". A cd of the concert is available on iTunes; here is the trailer
of the album:
Several years ago Scott Lawton conducted a symphonic concert of Latin
American music in the Munich Philharmonic Hall. The Radio Orchestra from
Pilsen (Czech Republic) played, and soloists included Orsino (guitar),
Christin Zacher and a remarkable dance duo from Italy. Here is a collage
of the tango dance scenes: (in this case, the concert isn't "news", but
this video clip first appeared on Youtube a few weeks ago)
(in this case, the concert isn't "news", but this video clip first
appeared on Youtube a few weeks ago)
A recent advertising campaign by the AachenMünchner Versicherung
insurance company features the Filmorchestra. This short spot ends with
an bird's-eye view of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.
For the 2006 production of "Die Fledermaus" at the theater
festival in Bad Gandersheim, Lawton made a new version for six
musicians. The ensemble comprised of piano, accordion,
clarinet/saxophone, trumpet, bass and drums. Ten performances were
presented open-air. The production was attended by around 10,000 people
in the course of the summer.