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No name is more associated with modern musical than that of Andrew Lloyd Webber. The legendary English composer started out young, writing music at the age of six and publishing his first piece at the age of nine.
Since then he has composed 13 musicals, including such runaway international successes such as "Evita," "Phantom of the Opera," "Jesus Christ Superstar," and "Cats."
His most successful ballads including "Don’t Cry for Me Argentina" and "Memories" have become enormous successes in their own right, selling millions of copies around the world. His international prize haul includes Tony awards, a Golden Globe and an Oscar.
Now the much-anticipated continuation of "Phantom of the Opera" is set to open in London’s West End. The production, entitled "Love Never Dies," has already gotten much buzz around the world with some of Asia's leading vocalists including Sumi Jo from Korea, China’s Zhang Liping and Ayaka Hirahara from Japan covering versions of the title musical's title track.
The story is set a decade after the end of "Phantom" and sees female protagonist Christine anonymously invited to perform at Phantasma, a new attraction in Coney Island, unaware just who has arranged her appearance…
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