Londons “Les Mis”star-soloists on tour in Europe
THE MUSIC OF
with the original film scenes from the worldwide success of 2012
soloists, singers and musicians of the Cinema Festival Symphonics
artistic direction: Stephen Ellery
Concert musicals are always a very special experience because the singers and musicians on stage are the main focus without a scenery or other effects to distract from them. “The Music of Les Misérables” does this with great success and with an exceptionally well-chosen cast.
Musical star Daniel Koek
is cast as Jean Valjean, he already starred in this role at the 25th anniversary concert of Les Misérables at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Other soloists such as Greg Miller Burns, Richard Munday and Chloe Taylor have already triumphed in Les Misérables in London's West End as well.
It is a great spectacle when the entire company enters the stage. The orchestra under the direction of Stephen Ellery impresses again and again and lets the great vocal performances of 15 soloists and the choir shine with wonderful sounds.
A new song was composed especially for Hugh Jackman for the worldwide hit film of 2012. "Suddenly" was nominated for an Oscar for the best film song of the year and of course it should not be missing from this extraordinary concert! Original scenes from the film will be shown on the big screen at this concert – in cooperation with Universal Pictures.
“Les Misérables” by Boublil/Schönberg is the longest running musical in the world. Hardly any other musical has this wonderful way of moving and sensitive melodies which nobody can escape. These definitely include "I Dreamed a Dream", "One Day More", "Do you Hear the People Sing" or "On My Own".
The Music of Les Misérables – this all-star concert gets right to the heart!
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