The eerie soundtrack to the film “The Passion of Christ ‘(Mel Gibson, 2004), whose score is signed by the prestigious American composer John Debney and was nominated for an Academy Award, rang in the Mosque of Cordoba in a performance never before developed in Spain. An oratorio concert was conducted by the Cordoba Orchestra and Choir Ziryab in which also wielded the baton additional composer and director of the original score, Kevin Kaska, who was accompanied by some of the soloists who participated in the recording the soundtrack, as Lisbeth Scott, who wrote and sang in Aramaic letters for the film based on psalms and other biblical material, and Pedro Eustache, principal winds instrumentalist world music for the film. The symphonic choral recital ‘The Passion of the Christ’ is fruit of the conctactos of Film Music Festival and is the coming-Seal Film Music Celebration, which aims to encompass all independent concerts and not connected to festivals that integrate Film Music Festival . Thus, Film Music Celebration will be present throughout all over the country, spreading the music for the audiovisual media through concerts of various kinds. In this case, the Mosque-Cathedral, were 70 exciting minutes of music from one of the films on the Passion of Jesus Christ that more has to speak, and this in a very special as that of Lent, now before the Week Holy. also highlight the magnificent work of both the Cordoba Orchestra and the Coro Ziryab, with Juan Luque and Maria Alonso as lyrical soloists. Kaska, Scott and Eustache The orchestral compositions, arrangements and orchestrations by Kevin Kaska have been performed by more than fifty orchestras worldwide. Along with ‘The Passion of the Christ’, he has worked in the music of films like ‘Life of Pi’, ‘Chicken Little’, ‘Transformers’, ‘Sherlock Holmes’, ‘Angels and Demons’, ‘Madagascar’ and series like ‘the Pacific’ hand of authors like John Debney, Hans Zimmer, John Williams and Keith Lockhart. He has also orchestrated music for video games like ‘Call of Duty III’ or ‘Lair’. In addition, it is one of the few musicians who appear in the Guinness Book of Records after the World Harp Congress will commission a work that premiered with the largest set of harps in history. Specifically, he gathered a total of 232 concert harps. The trajectory of Lisbeth Scott, of Armenian origin, is full of great movies. Along with ‘The Passion of the Christ’, its name appears in the credits of the soundtracks of ‘Sleepy Hollow’, ‘The Sixth Sense’, ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’, ‘Munich’, ‘The Last Samurai’, ‘Shrek 2 ‘,’ Iron Man 2 ‘,’ Avatar ‘or’ Spiderman ‘, collaborating with composers like John Williams, Danny Elfman, John Debney, Hans Zimmer, Brian Tyler, James Horner and Nathan Barr. Meanwhile, Pedro Eustache, in addition to several solo albums and collaborating with prestigious orchestras, has participated in recordings by artists such as Paul McCartney, Shakira, Ravi Shankar, Yanni, Alex Acuna and Dave Grusin, among others. Along with ‘The Passion of the Christ’, he has participated in recording soundtracks of films like ‘Munich’, ‘Hulk’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean 3’, ‘Brother Bear’ and ‘Oceans of Fire’, being orders of composers like John Williams, Danny Elfman, John Debney or Hans Zimmer.