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Live music screening of Lord of the Rings at Royal Albert Hall

Published: Saturday 24th of January 2009

A spine-tingling musical accompaniment to a screening of the Lord of the Rings will take place at the Royal Albert Hall London attraction in April.

The first film in Peter Jackson's epic trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring, will be brought to life with a live performance by the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

Some 200 musicians will add drama and gravitas to the high-definition cinematic adventure through JRR Tolkein's Middle Earth, with a spectacular performance of Howard Shore's Academy Award-winning score.

Tickets for the show, which will be led by conductor Ludwig Wicki, will cost between £15 and £50.

Vocal parts will be performed by the London Voices and London Oratory School Schola.

The Lord of the Rings show will take to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall on April 14th and 15th 2009, starting at 19:30 GMT.

London Pass holders can receive a free guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall.

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