Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Björk: Live at the Royal Opera House contains a live performance in London, Convent Garden, on Sunday, December 16, 2001. One of the first contemporary pop artists to perform on the historic stage of the Royal Opera House, Björk is joined by harpist Zeena Parkins and the electronic duo Matmos. An all-female Inuit choir from Greenland and a 56-piece orchestra appears under the direction of conductor Simon Lee. Contains 19 tracks, mainly taken from the 2002 album Vespertine, along with "Overture" from Selmasongs and "All Is Full of Love" from Homogenic. On stage, Björk wears plain white clothes while the choir wears red beaded outfits. She changes into a red dress for "Possibly Maybe," "Isobel," and "Hyperballad" from the album Post. After "Human Behavior" from Debut, she performs the single "It's in Our Hands" for the finale.
alternative-rock, pop-rock, rock-music, singer