Brussels Philharmonic Dirk Brossé conductor


Casablanca (USA 1942, 102', ZW.NB)
Director : Michael Curtiz
Music by Max Steiner

Considered to be one of the best three films in the history of American cinema, Casablanca was shot in 1942 by Michael Curtiz. At the time, the Moroccan city was under the Vichy regime. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman gave a performance which has become legendary, with their poignant love story set to the backdrop of the war and resistance to Nazism. Here’s your chance to enjoy an unforgettable moment with the addition of live music from the film’s soundtrack, as composed by Max Steiner and performed by the Brussels Philharmonic.