Game of Thrones is one of the best TV series ever made, and a major part of it is the music. The show has had great music since the very beginning, and Season 6 was no exception. The man behind the music, composer Ramin Djawadi, has been handed anew projectby HBO : The Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, which is all set to kick off this month. Actors Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm) and Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth) joined the rehearsals for the show, recently, and talked to People about Season 7, and more. Read on!
Jacob said that he was very excited to be on the set and that he felt starstruck.
Djawadi, while talking about the concert, said :
“Visually, we will place the orchestra, and also with that, the audience, in Westeros. Some of the screens can actually come down and surround the orchestra and place you within a snowstorm.”
Liam Cunningham talked about Season 7. He talked about the White Walker menace headed their way this season. He said :
“There’s no way any one team is going to take care of that. There’s obviously messages flying back and forward between people, so it’s going to be really interesting and a different feel in this season than in previous, at least it was when we filmed.”
Looks like we’ll see everybody keeping their pursuit of power aside to focus on the real dangers, this season.
Being that we have only one more season left after this one, Jacob Anderson talked about his plans about the end of the show. He seems to have planned to take some props home when the show wraps up. He said :
“I have a major heist planned to just take everything. Everything that’s quite small, I feel like I can conceal it in my costume.”
Check out the video of the behind the scenes take by People, below :
The Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience will start off from Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 20. Are you planning on catching a show? Tell us in the comments, below!