Disney+ is set to release A Celebration of the Music from Coco, a reimagined live-to-film concert experience recorded from the iconic Hollywood Bowl. The spectacular show brings the 2017 hit Pixar film to life, and is a celebration of the Day of the Dead.
You can check out the trailer and poster below:
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The concert includes a 60-piece live orchestra and an all-star cast that includes many of the movie’s original voice cast, such as, Benjamin Bratt, Jaime Camil, Alanna Ubach, and Alex Gonzalez, the younger brother of Anthony Gonzalez, who played Miguel in the film. Also appearing are Eva Longoria, Miguel, Carlos Rivera, Lele Pons, Rudy Mancuso and Natalia Jimenez.
They sing selections from Michael Giacchino’s original score, like “Un Poco Loco,” “The World Es Mi Familia” and the Oscar-winning Best Original Song, “Remember Me.” Sarah Hicks conducted the performance.
A Celebration of the Music from Coco is directed by Ron de Moraes and produced by Eventvision, with Gary M. Lanvy, Rob Paine and R.A. Clark serving as executive producers. The live concert event was directed by Fernandez del Paso and produced by Disney Concerts and Live Nation/Andrew Hewitt & Bill Silva Presents.
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