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Have you been struggling to figure out what the right option for this weekend's entertainment is? There are bound to be options coming to the stage in your area, but if you're the kind of person that can't get enough of a good evening out to see a symphony perform, you're going to want to head out and pick up your tickets to attend the popular production of the Lord of the Rings Symphony when it opens for the stage near you! Prepare yourself for the opportunity of a lifetime as you have the chance to sit down and hear the entire score from the Lord of the Rings films in their entirety, as they were penned by Howard Shore! Celebrated as one of the great movie soundtracks alongside films like Lawrence of Arabia and others, The Lord of the Rings has set a new standard as far as what fans expect when it comes to the score for their favorite films. Enjoy your chance to hear your favorite songs from the movie performed live by picking up your tickets through StubHub to attend this popular event! If you wait too long though, you're sure to miss out, so pick up your tickets today!
Lord of The Rings Symphony Schedule
Were you hoping to enjoy the Lord of the Rings Symphony when it comes to be performed at the David H. Koch Theater in beautiful New York City, New York? Well no matter where you were hoping to see this amazing show on the stage, you're going to want to get your tickets now, because this popular show is bound to sell out almost immediately! Beat the rush and get your tickets through StubHub while you still can!
Lord of The Rings Symphony Cast
Such great talents as Elijah Wood, Viggo Mortensen, Orlando Bloom, Ian McKellen, Sean Astin, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Liv Tyler, Sean Bean, John Rhys-Davies, Andy Serkis, Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving, Christopher Lee, Bernard Hill, Miranda Otto, Karl Urban, Ian Holm, David Wenham, Brad Dourif, John Noble, and more were cast to bring the Lord of the Rings films to life. Their wonderful performances set this trilogy apart from any other epic released in the last decade, doing justice to the books that have made J.R.R. Tolkien such a phenomenon in the world of fantasy literature. But the soundtrack that put the films on the map was performed by members of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. As one of the most established performing orchestras in the world, the London Philharmonic is often tapped to perform scores for films besides their usual classical performances for audiences. They were accompanied at times by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, who provided much of the music for the scenes in the "Mines of Moria" where the dwarf kingdom was lost to the orcs. If The Lord of the Rings is one of your favorite film series of all time, you're not going to want to miss out on this event! There's no telling when you'll be able to enjoy the Lord of the Rings Symphony again, so head out to StubHub and get your tickets while they're still available to this exciting production!
Lord of The Rings Symphony Author
If classical music is your genre and you love heading out to hear live performances on the stage, let the excitement of the Lord of the Rings Symphony wash over you! Whether you're a huge fan of the three books that were written by J.R.R. Tolkien or simply can't get enough of the Peter Jackson films, you're going to love hearing the music that made the movies such a success upon their release! Composed by legendary music writer Howard Shore, who worked along with John Mauceri, the soundtrack to the Lord of the Rings was an immediate hit among fans, who found it suitable for soft listening and background music for all occasions. It shouldn't come as a surprise though, as Howard Shore is one of the most celebrated composers working in the film industry today. Chances are you've heard his music in films like The Brood, The Fly, The Silence of the Lambs, Mrs. Doubtfire, Ed Wood, The Truth About Cats and Dogs, and more! Before he worked on films, he actually started as the Music Director for the popular television show Saturday Night Live during its origins, supposedly even being the one who suggested the name "Blues Brothers" for the popular sketch! Of course, all of that work is beloved by fans everywhere, but not as much as his soundtrack to The Lord of The Rings is. In fact, his work was so beloved on the trilogy of films that he was asked back to create the score for the trilogy of films for The Hobbit as well! So don't miss your chance to enjoy the music of one of your favorite films when you head out to enjoy The Lord of the Rings Symphony when it comes to be performed on a stage near you next!
Lord of The Rings Symphony Trivia
Q: When was the first book in The Lord of the Rings series first released?A: The first book in The Lord of the Rings series, The Fellowship of the Ring, was released on July 29, 1954.
Q: When was the first film in The Lord of the Rings series released?A: The first film of The Lord of the Rings series, The Fellowship of the Ring, was released on December 18, 2001.
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