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Royal Albert Hall

Kendrick Mews, London, London, SW7 2AP
+44 0 (020) 7838 3110

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Royal Albert Hall
Kendrick Mews
London, London SW7 2AP
+44 0 (020) 7838 3110
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Yanni
Yanni
Of the artists who rose to popularity as part of the new age music boom of the 1980s and '90s, few (if any) enjoyed greater or more lasting success than Yanni. Composing and performing instrumental music with a pronounced sense of drama, dynamics, and romanticism, Yanni broke through to a significantly larger audience than his peers, thanks to adult alternative radio airplay and a commanding performance style that attracted fans through frequent appearances on public television as well as world-wide concert tours....
Rick Wakeman
Rick Wakeman
Keyboardist Rick Wakeman (who also played with the Strawbs and several other acts as a session player in the 1960s) began releasing solo albums while still a member of Yes, and let no grass grow under his feet after leaving that band for good in 1979....
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Indelibly linked to its founder, Sir Thomas Beecham, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is considered one of the four major orchestras based in London. Established in 1946 in connection with the Royal Philharmonic Society, the orchestra's title was directly approved by King George VI....
Yes
Yes
Far and away the longest lasting and the most successful of the '70s progressive rock groups, Yes proved to be one of the lingering success stories from that musical genre. The band, founded in 1968, overcame a generational shift in its audience and the departure of its most visible members at key points in its history to reach the end of the century as the definitive progressive rock band....
Karl Jenkins
Karl Jenkins
Composer, arranger, keyboardist and woodwinds player Karl Jenkins fell in with the London jazz scene of the late '60s while studying at the Royal Academy of Music. Prior to spending over a decade in the last incarnations of Soft Machine, he spent time in a number of jazz groups, along with the Graham Collier Band and Nucleus; he also leant his services to recording sessions and tours for PJ Proby and Scott Walker....
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Oct 18, 2009 - juliet r
Royal Albert Hall - Maximo Park Show 9/10/09

This show was absolutely incredible.
Maximo Park are an indie rock band,
their lead man Paul Smith wears a black Dior fedora and black shirt and trousers for this theatrical
dramatic performance of quirky love songs.A brass quintet and female string quartet accompanied some of the more powerful songs(Karaoke Plays,Let's Get Clinical and Our Velocity) in a 21 song set.
The highlight of the night was
keyboards man Lukas Wooller playing the 200 year old RAH organ to Acrobat,a jaw-dropping moment indeed.
An evening to remember in the majestic Royal Albert Hall.

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