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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HUNGARIAN Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany bestowed a high national honour on British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber yesterday.
Prof Lloyd Webber said: "The opportunities that lie ahead for Birmingham Conservatoire are limitless.
Julian Lloyd Webber will W recount stories and anecdotes of touring, recording sessions, concerts and TV shows to link with rare video footage of him talking and performing with Nigel Kennedy, Elton John, Katherine Jenkins, Tim Rice, Yehudi Menhuin, Cleo Laine and Stephane Grappelli.
The musician will be joined by his wife and fellow cellist Jiaxin Lloyd Webber and pianist Pam Chowhan to perform works by his brother, Rachmaninov, Faure, Bach and many others.
He will be joined on stage by his wife and fellow cellist Jiaxin Lloyd Webber and pianist Pam Chowan to perform a range of works in what promises to be an opportunity to step behind the curtain and get a true insight into one of the most important British musicians of the last 50 years.
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.
Worried executives dropped that part of the script, written by comedian Harry Hill, to avoid angering Lloyd Webber.
In Superstar, six hopefuls will compete to play the lead in a touring production of Jesus Christ Superstar, which Lloyd Webber co-wrote with Tim Rice in 1971.
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.
CASH-strapped theatres can apply for funding from a grants scheme which has received a boost from The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.
WORLD-renowned cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has slammed TV bosses for snubbing classical music - and called for brass bands to be championed on.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and the Pre-Raphaelites will look at the work of the group of artists and poets who scandalised 19th-century England.
ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, who became the biggest celebrity on the presentation podium so far this week when dishing out the gongs following the Norfolk Stakes, is the theatre world's biggest racing fan - but his lordship has no desire to use the sport as the backdrop to a musical.
LONDON, June 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Andrew Lloyd Webber is a musical genius and the man behind many fantastic London shows including 'The Phantom of the Opera' and 'Love Never Dies.