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Andrew Lloyd Weber is a music composer and a musical theater icon from Kensington, London, England. In his career he has produced and composed the music for thirteen theater musicals, written the score for two films, composed a variations set, a song cycle and a Requiem Mass. For his influential contribution to music and theater, the British Government granted him peerage. He was knighted in 1992. Moreover, he has received a long line of awards; he has an Oscar and a Golden Globe for “Best Original Song” for the movie, “Evita”, four Grammy Awards, seven Tony Awards, seven Oliver Awards and fourteen Ivor Novello Awards.
Amongst notable Andrew Lloyd Weber music is the song “Music of the Night” from the immensely popular musical, “Phantom of the Opera”, from the film “Evita”, “Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina” and “You Must Love Me” (performed by pop music superstar Madonna). From the hit musical “Jesus Christ Superstar”, “I Don’t Know How to Love Him” and from “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”, “Any Dream Will Do” are his most notable works. Perhaps his most popular compositions are the song “Memory” from the musical “Cats”. This song has been reproduced and covered several time by many different artists in and out of the musical theatre world.
Andrew Lloyd Weber also owns his own theater production company, “Really Useful Group” which is based in London. A large proportion of musicals being played in the UK today are run by this company. It also organizes national tours of these staged shows. Moreover, it licenses any production recreating AndrewLloyd Webermusic.
Although it cannot be denied that every ounce of genius he has is based on his own right, it can be inferred that some of it is inherited. Andrew Lloyd Weber was born into a family of musicians. His father, William Lloyd Weber was a composer, too, and his mother, Jean Hermione was an expert in both the violin and the piano. His brother, Julian Lloyd Weber is a cello prodigy who has been called the “doyen of British cellists”.
In his career, Andrew Lloyd Weber has collaborated with lyricist Tim Rice. Their first piece they wrote together was a musical named “The Likes of Us” which was based on Thomas John Barnardo’s real life story. This was back in 1965. The musical could not be staged for forty whole years until its debut at the Sydmonton Festival in 2005. The duo also wrote many songs for the popular music industry. Wes Sands, Gary Bond, Paul Raven and Ross Hannaman are amongst the people who got to record their music and lyrics.
The first big Lloyd Weber and Rice venture came in 1968 with the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”. The musical went through many changes before a final two hour production was completed. It was received with much critical acclaim.
The next big collaboration of Rice’s lyrics and Andrew Lloyd Weber music was for the musical “Evita”. This was based on the real life story of Eva Peron. This was again a big hit in the West End in 1976, and in 1979, it was moved to Broadway. This would be the last collaboration of Rice and Lloyd Weber.
Lloyd Weber then went onto write the musical “Cats”. This would go on to become the longest running theater production in London, running for over 21 years. It ran for eighteen years on Broadway, a feat which was only broken by his other musical, “Phantom of the Opera”.
The iconic musical, “Phantom of the Opera” was premiered in 1986. The character Christine was inspired by and based on his wife of the time, Sarah Brightman. She also played the role in the original West End and Broadway productions. Andrew Lloyd Weber also helped write the book for the musical.
More recently, Andrew Lloyd Weber music made it to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008. Jade Ewen of the Sugarbabes was chosen to represent the UK, and she was to perform the song composed by Lloyd Weber and Diane Warren entitled “It’s My Time”. The song finished in fifth in the competition. In 2009, Lloyd Weber wrote a new musical, “Love Never Dies”. He appeared on “Friday Night With Johnathan Ross” to promote this new production.
Many of Andrew Lloyd Weber music and theater musicals have been adapted into films. Amongst the most notable ones are “Evita”, “Phantom of the Opera” and “Jesus Christ Superstar”.
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