Imogen Watson
May 19, 2023

Netflix stages orchestra experience for 'Queen Charlotte: a Bridgerton story'

The streaming service hosted two pop-up events in Liverpool and London.

Netflix: Covent Garden pop-up included a 25-piece orchestra
Netflix: Covent Garden pop-up included a 25-piece orchestra

Netflix has staged a series of pop-ups that feature orchestras performing a range of instrumental covers of pop songs from the Bridgerton universe, to mark the release of Queen Charlotte: a Bridgerton story.

The events are devised to highlight female empowerment, in homage to the story of a young Queen navigating her rise to power.
 

In London, a 25-piece orchestra performed at the Covent Garden Piazza, playing songs from Rhianna, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Taylor Swift. 

The orchestra was accompanied by British singer-songwriter Tiana Major9.

Netflix also staged an event in Liverpool where a quartet performed on Liverpool One Sugar House Steps. 

Both of the events were free for the public and involved Regency-themed carriages for fans to step inside. 

 

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