Live Cinema:
Charlie Chaplin’s
«City Lights»

Grand Auditorium
Charlie Chaplin in City Lights, smiling with a flower in his mouth

What you'll hear and see

The music

  • Film: City Lights (1931)
  • Charles Chaplin réalisation, scénario, musique (éd. Timothy Brock)

The artists

  • Luxembourg Philharmonic
  • Anthony Gabriele conducting


Experience the multi-faceted genius of actor, filmmaker and composer Charlie Chaplin

in this stunning re-creation of his 1931 silent romantic comedy film City Lights. The score, composed by Chaplin himself, perfectly captures the emotions of his simple and sincere principal characters. In this event it will be heard live, performed by the Luxembourg Philharmonic under Anthony Gabriele’s lead.


Due to Carl Davis’ passing on August 03, the concert will be conducted by Anthony Gabriele.

Production Cinémathèque de la Ville de Luxembourg in cooperation with the Luxembourg Philharmonic and Philharmonie

City Lights Copyright © Roy Export S.A.S. All rights reserved.
Music for City Lights Copyright © Roy Export Company Ltd. and Bourne Co., except for «La Violetera» © José Padilla. All rights reserveds.
Charlie Chaplin™© Bubbles Incorporated S.A.


  • Cat. I 30 €
  • Cat. II 20 €
  • Cat. III 10 €
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  • Date Friday 26.04.24
  • Time 19:30
  • Duration 87' no break
  • Venue Grand Auditorium
  • Subscription Ciné-Concerts
no audio track, intertitles EN
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