Ennio Morricone competition ticket winners

Congratulations Kate Harrison, John Gregson, Scott Gillies, Heather Hargreaves and Thomas Siekmann. You’ve each won a pair of tickets to see Ennio Morricone at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 10th April

Details of the event are as follows:

The tickets will be at the Guests box office at The Royal Albert Hall from around 6pm  Saturday.

The hall opens at 6.45

The show starts with a film on Ennio’s life  at 7.45

The orchestra takes the stage from 8.15

Introduction is at 8.25

Concert starts at 8.30

There is a hall curfew at 11.00

We hope you all have a wonderful evening,

Susanna

2 Comments

  • Dave says:

    Wow! I am SO JEALOUS!! I would LOVE to see The Maestro live! If you’re into Morricone, you should check out my Spaghetti Western Concept Rap album, called “Showdown at the BK Corral.” It’s basically a Spaghetti Western over 9 tracks – very influenced by Morricone. I’d love to hear what you think of it! You can download it for free at sunsetparkriders.com

  • Thomas says:

    I just came back from a business trip, seeing the moldau in Praha and – while standing at the riverside – listening to the great LSO-version of Smetana’s Ma Vlast. Great to have the opportunity to listen to all this wonderful recordings offered to society-of-sound-members.

    And i very clearly remember the moment – more than two weeks ago – when Ennio Morricone entered the stage and conducted. I will keep this in my mind for all my life! The atmosphere and the sound in the Royal Albert Hall in combination with listening to my favorite pieces of music were overwhelming! “Falls” and “Gabriels Oboe” out of -”The Mission” were my personal highlights – Thank you for this Chance!

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