de charité extraordinaire pour célébrer
l'oeuvre du grand lyriciste Tim Rice. Le spectacle présente
différentes chansons tirées de comédies
musicales telles que The Lion King, Jesus Christ Superstar,
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Evita, Aladdin,
Beauty and the Beast, Chess, Heathcliff, Blondel, Starmania
THE NIGHT OF 1000 VOICES has previously delighted two capacity
audiences at the Royal Albert Hall in 1999 and 2000. On
May 5, 2002, once again thrill to the sight and sound of
the huge Sing Live massed choir from aroud the British Isles,
two hundred children and The City of London Philharmonic
(HEY, MR PRODUCER! and SONDHEIM TONIGHT) who will, as before,
accompany some very special guest stars in a musical night
to remember. This year THE NIGHT OF 1000 VOICES will exclusively
celebrate the multi-award-winning song-writing talent of
Tim Rice (including Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,Jesus
Christ Superstar, Evita, Blondel, Chess, The Lion King,
Starmania, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Heathcliff, Aida).
In 2002, THE NIGHT OF 1000 VOICES will benefit The Lord's
Taverners who give young people, particularly those with
special needs, a sporting chance. Tim Rice has been closely
associated with this charity for many years.
The Circle Of Live, Don't Cry For Me Argentina, Superstar,
A Whole New World, Can You Feel The Love Tonight, Another
Suitcase in Another hall, I Don't Know How To Love Him,
You Must Love Me, One Night in Bangkok, Any Dream Will Do,
Oh! What A Circus and I Know Him So Well are some of the
songs that will be given THE NIGHT OF 1000 VOICES treatment,
together with the first UK performance of songs from the
new Tim Rice and Elton John Broadway smash hit, AIDA.
The West End's leading maestro, David Firman, will once
again conduct the massed musical forces and director Hugh
Wooldridge (THE MUSIC OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, The Ira Gerswhin
Centenary Concert - WHO COULD ASK FOR ANYTHING MORE, THE
NOEL COWARD CENTENARY CELEBRATION and SONDHEIM TONIGHT"
says "The evening is a must for all who love Musicals.
Come along again and join in the fun. Come and raise the
roof at The Royal Albert Hall."