Royal Philharmonics to honour Beatles 50th
30 Sep 2010
It’s been 50 years since 4 Liverpudlian lads formed what would become the most influential pop group ever formed. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is honouring this occasion with a special tribute concert dedicated to The Beatles at London's Royal Albert Hall.
John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr first got together in 1960 and over the course of the next decade, The Beatles put out a body of work that would influence popular culture and it has stand the test of time by being as impressive and relevant today than it was then.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with a 100-strong chorus under guidance of renowned conductor Alan Chircop is taking on The Beatles’ most loved pop gems to interpret these timeless songs in dramatic classical arrangements.
Special guests, such as Dame Shirley Bassey, Tony Christie, UK soul legend Beverly Knight or Darius Campbell amongst many more lend their impressive vocal talents to these stunning interpretations.
It’s a one-off event that marks this very special occasion. Get your tickets to The Beatles 50th Anniversary Tribute Concert at the London Royal Albert Hall now to hear your all-time favourite Beatles songs in a reworked classical arrangements by one of the most esteemed orchestras in the world.