Andrew Lloyd Webber

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English composer of many successful musicals (some in collaboration with Sir Tim Rice) (born in 1948)

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I entered her into the Andrew Lloyd Weber competition 'Looking for Toto?' on TV in 2010.
It's down, Cameron believes, to Andrew Lloyd Weber's decision to build up the central love triangle between the Phantom, his young muse Christine, and her admirer Raoul.
While often portrayed as a 19th-century Andrew Lloyd Weber, it is impossible to deny Massenet his strengths.
El Sharei, who counts Andrew Lloyd Weber's Phantom of the Opera among his favourite pieces of music and Stevie Wonder as his favourite singer, says the oud will have a lasting place in Middle Eastern culture.
Washington, September 15 (ANI): Come October and movie buffs will see the return of Andrew Lloyd Weber's The Phantom of the Opera.
Past winners include Ian McKellen, Andrew Lloyd Weber and Judi Dench.
Wright, who runs a record company dedicated to British musical theater, reappraises the genre of the post-war British musical from the end of WWII to the coming of Andrew Lloyd Weber, examining its social background and prominent writers including Ivor Novello and Noel Coward, and composers including Sandy Wilson and Julian Slade.
Kathryn Leonard and Allison Sanders will present a free concert, "Love: A Journey From Arias of Puccini Through the Passion of Andrew Lloyd Weber and the Fantasy of Disney," at 11:15 a.m.
Her latest album, Believe, has just been re-released with two new tracks, including Love Never Dies from Andrew Lloyd Weber's Phantom follow-up, and this summer she will perform a series of live concerts, including Edinburgh's Usher Hall on July 31 with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
But since Miller might not be so well known by my local crowd, I think I'll publicize it as having been written by Andrew Lloyd Weber, a name that resonates more with my local theater-goers.
Andrew Lloyd Weber cast her as Evita in 1979, initially standing in for Elaine Page before taking over the part full-time in 1980.
They've invited the ENB-Princess Diana was a patron from 1989 until her death-to take part, along with performers like Elton John, Duran Duran, Joss Stone, and Andrew Lloyd Weber. "Concert for Diana" will take place at Wembley Stadium July 1, and all proceeds will go to charities, including The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, of which English National Ballet is a beneficiary.