Friday Night Classics: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber

Friday 1 April 2011 at 7.30pm

Symphony Hall, Birmingham +44 (0)121-780 3333

 City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Nick Davies  conductor
Jacqui Scott  vocalist #
Robyn North  vocalist ~
Tim Rogers  vocalist >
David Shannon  vocalist *

Including hits from: Love Never Dies • The Phantom of the Opera • Cats • Evita •
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat • The Woman
in White • Starlight Express • Aspects of Love • Jesus Christ
Superstar • Whistle Down the Wind • Sunset Boulevard

The nation’s favourite song-smith, Andrew Lloyd Webber™ hasn’t been out of the public eye for decades – as a musical composer, theatre impresario, and now talent show judge. He’s broken records, won awards aplenty, and topped charts around the world. Join us as we revel in Lord Lloyd Webber’s unforgettable technicolor® tunes, in the company of great West End vocalists. Expect a night packed with all your best-loved songs, from Don’t Cry For Me Argentina to Love Changes Everything, Any Dream Will Do to Memory. We’ll even be giving you a taste of his latest show, Love Never Dies, the long-awaited sequel to Phantom.

Cats – The Jellicle Ball

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat®

A Pharaoh Story ~

Any Dream Will Do >

Jesus Christ Superstar

Heaven on Their Minds *

I Don’t Know How to Love Him #

The Woman in White – I Believe my Heart ~*


Magical Mr Mistoffelees >

Memory #

Song & Dance – Unexpected Song

Whistle Down the Wind

Whistle Down the Wind #

The Keys to the Vault of Heaven *


Love Never Dies

Coney Island Waltz

Love Never Dies ~

‘Til I Hear You Sing *

Sunset Boulevard

With One Look #

Too Much in Love to Care ~ >

Starlight Express – Starlight Express Sequence * >


Buenos Aires #

And the Money Kept Rolling In >

Don’t Cry for Me Argentina #

The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera ~ *

All I Ask of You ~ >

The Music of the Night *

EncoreAspects of Love – Love Changes Everything #~>*

Review by Paul Marston, BehindtheArras: (scroll down or “find on this page”!)


“THE magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber was there for all to hear in this brilliant concert with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra delivering the masestro’s music at its best.”     …