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Lloyd Webber

Andrew, Baron Lloyd-Webber. born 1948, British composer. His musicals include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (1968), Jesus Christ Superstar (1970), and Evita (1978), all with lyrics by Tim Rice, and Cats (1981), Phantom of the Opera (1986), Sunset Boulevard (1993), and The Beautiful Game (2000)
his brother, Julian. born 1951, British cellist
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Some x-ray issues as a yearling meant Too Darn Hot stayed home rather than going under the hammer, and Lloyd Webber added: "I'm rather enjoying having a colt now."
Lloyd Webber himself is part of the latest Tonys mix.
Top West End casting director, David Grindrod, who worked alongside Andrew Lloyd Webber on TV shows Any Dream Will Do and Over the Rainbow, will be involved in making the final selection on the basis of merit and financial circumstances.
Prof Lloyd Webber said: "The opportunities that lie ahead for Birmingham Conservatoire are limitless.
The musician will be joined by his wife and fellow cellist Jiaxin Lloyd Webber and pianist Pam Chowhan to perform works by his brother, Rachmaninov, Faure, Bach and many others.
He will be joined on stage by his wife and fellow cellist Jiaxin Lloyd Webber and pianist Pam Chowan to perform a range of works in what promises to be an opportunity to step behind the curtain and get a true insight into one of the most important British musicians of the last 50 years.
A tweet later said: "Andrew Lloyd Webber @OFFICIALALW Andrew was in Llandudno, last night @VenueCymru visiting the #CatsUKTour @CatsMusical - thank you for all your tweets!
Worried executives dropped that part of the script, written by comedian Harry Hill, to avoid angering Lloyd Webber.
The TV show made Lloyd Webber, previously not noted for his smallscreen work, an instantly recognizable media presence not only for musical theater but also for TV producing.
The ITV primetime show Superstar will give the UK public the chance to decide who will play the starring role of Jesus, with a panel of live show judges led by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
CASH-strapped theatres can apply for funding from a grants scheme which has received a boost from The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.