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Here is a tribute to the legend and genius who has revolutionized the concept of music in theater. In his career spanning over 40 years, he has given countless musical gems for many popular Broadway and West End productions. Till yet, he has composed musical score for 18 musicals and has also spread his magic in films and concerts. From knighthood to a peerage by British government and from Tony Awards to Oscar, he has been honored with many civil and appreciation awards for his contributions in the world of music.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is undoubtedly one of the greatest music composers of all times, and that's why his shows gather huge public and media interest. Now, his fans can see his greatest work in the Andrew Lloyd Webber Tribute show that will definitely be an unforgettable experience for any music lover. So while demand is high for Andrew Lloyd Webber tickets, we like to illustrate the journey of this musical maestro in the world of music.
Born to multitalented Jean Hermione and famous organist William Lloyd, Andrew Lloyd Webber was destined to become a musical sensation. The love of music was transferred from parents to children, and both Andrew and his brother Julian adopt music as profession. Julian Lloyd Webber is well known cellist while Andrew has made name as a world-class musician. For someone who has completed his first suite at the age of nine, all this success and fan fare seems just so natural.
Andrew Lloyd Webber first major outing in the world of theater was The Likes of US in which he collaborated with lyricist Tim Rice. Although the musical did not see the light of the day then, it was later staged in 2005 to great critical acclaim. Webber also composed music for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in 1968 but the career highlights of his came out in 1970 in the form of Jesus Christ Superstar. Started out as a concept album, this play turned out to be one of the most celebrated theatricals of the era.
Throughout the 1970s, Andrew Lloyd Webber continued to charm everyone with his magical tunes. He delivered Don't Cry for Me Argentina, a song from hit musical Evita that became a cult hit among theatergoers. Again a collaboration of Rice/Lloyd Webber, this particular musical ran for ten successful years in the West End and also graced Broadway theaters. Although this was Webber and Rice's last collaboration, he came up with a solo project with his brother Julian based, titled Variations, which became the number two hit in the pop album charts of United Kingdom.
While Andrew Webber got ample critical and commercial praise for his work in the 1970s, it was the 1980s when the whole world witnessed the classic work by this great musician. Be it Cats in 1981 or The Phantom of the Opera in 1986, he delivered music for many record-breaking musicals. Cats become the longest running musical in London while its Broadway run was lasted for eighteen years. The Phantom of the Opera, on the other hand, ran for twenty-one years creating new record of fame in the theater world. His other prominent work from the decade includes Starlight Express, Aspects of Love, Grammy winning classical composition Requiem Mass, and compositions for annual Sydmonton Festival.
The magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber continued during 1990s as well. His smash-hit musicals Song and Dance, The Woman in White, The Beautiful Game and Whistle Down the Wing entertained the theater crowd like never before. His concert and appearances in different events also grabbed headlines, especially his music for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. The 2000s witnessed Webber exploring many different mediums besides stage. He has produced a staging of The Sound of Music and also produced Bombay Dreams. He featured in different radio shows, talent hunt shows on television and concerts. Although he has been recently diagnosed with prostate cancer, he is recovering well and working on upcoming projects.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is a recipient of many prestigious awards and honors. He has been knighted by the Queen (Elizabeth II) and won the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors. He has won multiple Tony Awards and Grammy Awards, while he has also proved his stature by winning an Oscar, Golden Globe Awards and Society of London Theatre Special Award at Laurence Olivier Award. His company, Really Useful Group, has also emerged as one of the biggest theatrical companies of London city. On the personal front, he has married thrice and has five children.
To cut the long story short, Andrew Lloyd Webber has given us wonderful music throughout his career. Despite bad health, he vows to make new music and entertain his fans as much as he can. Now, you can enjoy his most cherished work at Andrew Lloyd Webber Tribute show. So make sure to get hold of Andrew Lloyd Webber tickets and experience his ultimate musical aura LIVE!