Energy and Climate

See the Beauty of the Biodiversity on Earth in the Planet Earth II Live in Concert


Continuing the momentum generated by the Blue Planet II live in concert with the BBC last year, the Delta Electronics Foundation is joining forces with the BBC and udnFunLife again this year to hold the Planet Earth II live in concert on Saturday, September 10 at the Taipei Music Center. The world-leading 8K ultra-high-definition laser projection technology of Delta Electronic will be adopted to project a magnificent image on the 800-inch giant screen in the venue, along with the live professional performances by the Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra and Taipei Philharmonic Chorus explaining the moving score written by the renowned musician Hans Zimmer for the film. 

Planet Earth, one of the BBC's most popular documentary classics, became the most popular nature documentary of the year with its first season in 2006 and has won numerous awards since then. Ten years after its broadcast, the second season of it, Planet Earth II, was released, which is the first 4K ultra-high-definition series in the history of BBC. The use of a number of forward-looking technologies such as drones, aerial and remote photography marks a milestone in the field of filming and producing nature documentaries. Planet Earth II takes the audience on a journey through diverse landscapes including islands, mountains, rainforests, deserts, grasslands, and cities to reacquaint themselves with our planet and the richness of the life forms that live on Earth together with human beings. 

As the 15th UN Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP15) will be held in Canada later in this year and the latest global biodiversity targets are about to be released, Delta Electronics Foundation sincerely invites you to join us in this audio-visual feast where you can experience the life stories of diverse species up close and personal with the nature!

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