Composer Hans Zimmer poses with fans upon arrival for the Interstellar Live show at the Royal Albert Hall in central London, Monday, 30 March, 2015. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)
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Film music composer Hans Zimmer gave fans of his movie scores a rare glimpse of himself at work on Monday when he took the stage to lead an orchestra in a live performance of his score for epic space adventure "Interstellar".Standing on the stage of London's Royal Albert Hall, the German composer played a keyboard alongside a 60-piece orchestra and the hall's grand organ as the film played out on a large screen behind them.Zimmer has won Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe awards, and has written scores for more than 100 films including "Gladiator", "Rain Man" and the "Pirates of the Caribbean" blockbusters.
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