The main way KV 265 achieves its mission is through its acclaimed Science & Symphony films for symphony orchestra. These works have been presented more than 100 times with live music and have reached a combined audience of more than 250,000 people in concert halls and educational institutions spanning more than 45 cities in 15 countries.
Some of the orchestras that have presented these works include the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Boston Pops Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Grant Park Orchestra, Chicago Sinfonietta, Santa Fe Symphony & Chorus, Pacific Symphony, California Symphony, Victoria Symphony, Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino, and Casa da Musica Orchestra, Porto. Music festivals include Ravinia, Grant Park, Wolf Trap and MITO SettembreMusica (Milano/Torino).
This multimedia production for orchestra, narration, and film projection captures the wonders and ethereal beauty of the aurora borealis. Shot in Yellowknife, NWT, and taking as its inspiration a Canadian children's story about the origins of the Northern Lights, the audience is taken on a spectacular visual and musical journey to the far reaches of the beautiful and desolate subarctic regions of Northwestern Canada.