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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Reflecting on an incredible few days, Madeleine Lloyd Webber said: "It's beyond our wildest dreams.
"I found it very exciting," Lloyd Webber said Thursday.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber scholarship is being launched at Liverpool Theatre School to help gifted young performers who may struggle to afford the fees of professional training, which can cost around PS36,000.
Lloyd Webber says he was 15 when he first thought about suicide after becoming "deeply depressed" about his piano teacher mother's infatuation with another pianist's talents.
Professor Lloyd Webber, the newly appointed Principal of the Birmingham City University-run Conservatoire, joined fellow staff and development partners to celebrate the start of building work at the Eastside site.
The international cellist - and younger brother of theatre impressario Andrew Lloyd Webber - will be presenting clips of himself performing and chatting with many of the world famous artists he's worked with during his illustrious career, including Nigel Kennedy, Elton John, his brother and Yehudi Menuhin.
Julian Lloyd Webber is at the |Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl, on April 9 at 7.30pm.
The evening will include clips of him performing and chatting with many of the artists he's worked with during his illustrious career including Nigel Kennedy, Elton John, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Yehudi Menuhin, Katherine Jenkins and many more.
I turned and saw Andrew Lloyd Webber. I got a photo of him which I know you shouldn't do.
Lloyd Webber and Rice said in a statement: "Alan Doggett was the music master at Westminster Under School, where he taught Andrew's younger brother Julian.
A LINE mocking Andrew Lloyd Webber in the musical I Can't Sing has been axed, because he owns the theatre where the show is running.
London, Aug 7 ( ANI ): English composer and musical theatre impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber has admitted that he was wrong to predict a West End "bloodbath" during the London Olympics, after figures showed takings for his theatres have risen by 25 per cent since the Games began.
Back in 2006, Lloyd Webber invented the idea of casting legit tuner leads live on TV.
It was announced that, after 40 years since its opening in London's West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's legendary show will tour the UK.