Kiwi fans of Sir David Attenborough's Blue Planet II will be able to watch it with the music performed live for one night only in Auckland.
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The score form the BBC's award-winning natural history series will be performed by the Auckland Philarmonia Orchestra at the Aotea Centre on July 22 next year.
Music from Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea and David Fleming will accompany visuals from the show, projected on a big screen.
David Attenborough's role of narrator will be taken over by a special, yet-to-be-announced guest on the night.
Blue Planet II was filmed over a four year period, in which crews went on 125 expeditions that took them to 39 countries, including New Zealand.
There were over 6,000 hours spent deep-sea diving in order to capture sea creatures over every continent and ocean in the world.
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, September 25.