PREPARE to hear the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber like you have never before.

For The Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals will be played by the Scottish National Orchestra  in concert at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall on September 18, next year.

Three newly-orchestrated symphonic suites from a selection of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s best-loved musicals including Evita, The Phantom of the Opera, and Sunset Boulevard will be performed for the very first time by the 81-piece orchestra.

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The concert will follow the release of the accompanying album, Andrew Lloyd Webber - Symphonic Suites, by Decca Records on September 3. A vinyl version will follow on October 29.

Andrew Lloyd Webber said: “For over a year now, we have lived without the joy of live music.

"As we fight to bring performers back to work and theatres back to life, I hope that this album might now take on a new meaning: the music which represents the triumphant and hopeful return of live music, theatre, and entertainment across the world.

"It is wonderful and very moving for me to see brilliant musicians back where they belong.”

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The orchestra performing the Symphonic Suites brings together some of the world's most skilled musicians, united in an event which will mark the triumphant return of live music after the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Symphonic Suites will also tour the UK during 2022. Accompanied by local orchestras.

This year Phantom of the Opera celebrates 35 years in the West End, while the filmed production of Sunset Boulevard, which first opened in London in 1993 at Leicester Curve, was re-released for audiences to view between May 10 to 15.

Evita has been running in the West End for 43 years.

Tickets go on sale on Friday at 10 am.