Live-To-Picture Concert Events

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“… an inspiring example of how to do a film music concert… should be forever imitated… A thoughtfully curated and varied program honoring the important marriage the music has to images, while also letting the music breathe and come to life on its own…”
LA Weekly

“The unsung hero, however, of all the Bowl's takes on Disney films remains the newly created animation, projected around the venue's shell to add a tinge of theme-park immersion to the proceedings.”
LA Times

“This film-and-live-music hybrid concert was exactly how these should be done…the smart and savvy architects behind the sold out Live-In-Concert presentation of Disney's 1989 animated classic THE LITTLE MERMAID at the 17,000-seat Hollywood Bowl have indeed created a wholly wonderful experience that wowed the opening night audience on Friday, June 3 (initial demand for the show was so overwhelming, they added a second concert on Saturday, June 4 and a third on Monday, June 6 to satisfy demand).”
Broadway World

“…winning touches included themed lighting of the interior of the Bowl shell — when the beast lit a fire, the dome flickered pink and red — and semi-animated projections onto the entire proscenium that smartly but unobtrusively made the screening feel like more of a widescreen experience.”

“[The] live [orchestral] concert performance of Tim Burton's ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas'...played to a packed house, doubled as a costume festival and selfie bonanza, with audience members eagerly posing for photos with walking incarnations of Jack Skellington, Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice.”
LA Times


Columbia Artists is a worldwide leader in developing, producing, executing, and booking critically acclaimed and unforgettable live-to-picture concert events around the world.

Disney’s The Little Mermaid In Concert Live-To-Picture
3 Sold Out Performances – Hollywood Bowl
A unique presentation of the Disney animated classic featuring guest artists Sara Bareilles as Ariel, Rebel Wilson as Ursula, and a cast that included John Stamos, Darren Criss, Tituss Burgess, Norm Lewis, and special performances by composer Alan Menken.

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