‘Epcot Forever’ – Behind the Music
In just one week ‘Epcot Forever’ will make its debut at Epcot in Walt Disney World. The new nighttime spectacular will bring the World Showcase Lagoon to life with an exciting display of fireworks, lighting, lasers, special effect kites, and an amazing musical score. Disney Parks Live Entertainment director, Alan Brunn said, “Music is the soul of the show, because music has been the soul of Epcot ever since it began.”
From “Magic Journeys” and “Tomorrow’s Child” to “Listen to the Land” and “One Little Spark,” “Epcot Forever” will feature classic Epcot tunes produced in fresh new arrangements. The soundtrack for “Epcot Forever” was recorded by the legendary London Symphony Orchestra at the world-famous Abbey Road Studios, with vocals performed by a talented choir of singers from across Central Florida.
Take a sneak peek on how it all came together:
With just one week to go until “Epcot Forever’s” official debut you can bet the Disney Parks Live Entertainment team is working overtime to put the finishing touches on the show. Everyone from audio engineers to special effects designers are working all day and night to make sure everything is just perfect for opening night.
Are you excited for the debut of “Epcot Forever” or are you going to miss “Illuminations” too much? Let us know in the comments below!
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