Radio City Music Hall | New York, New York
Return to the Shire on Saturday, February 17th, as The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers In Concert continues their adventure at the Radio City Music Hall! The Two Towers is a revered cinematic masterpiece that garnered well-deserved acclaim with two Academy Awards and four Saturn Awards. For this live concert, more than three hundred performers featuring a symphony orchestra under the baton of Maestro Ludwig Wicki will deliver a live accompaniment to an exclusive screening of the film. Along with the 21st Century Orchestra, the show will also feature Brooklyn Youth Chorus and soprano Kaitlyn Lusk! With this, the event will 100% deliver a revitalized experience of one of the greatest fantasy films ever made! For the ultimate acoustics and unparalleled viewing experience, there's no place like Radio City Music Hall - the best-ranking standout venue in Manhattan. Reserve your tickets now and join the Fellowship to watch the fantastic Middle-earth spring to life!
Once again, the fate of Middle-earth hangs in the balance. It’s time to see how J.R.R. Tolkien’s fictional classic unfolds once again, but this time with live music! The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers In Concert is showing at the Radio City Music Hall for four consecutive nights! True fans will want to be there during its final performance on Saturday, February 17th!
Following its year-end hiatus, the international touring production resumes its journey with an exciting extension featuring ten new dates, which is guaranteed to excite fans of the fantasy franchise. Moreover, the live-to-film performance of Howard Shore's Grammy Award-winning score will be performed alongside a screening of the Academy Award-winning film. For this specific concert, Ludwig Wicki will take the helm, conducting an ensemble of more than three hundred musicians from the 21st Century Orchestra with special guest soprano Kaitlyn Lusk from the Brooklyn Youth Chorus.
"The Two Towers" is the second grand installment in Peter Jackson's "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, showcasing brilliant performances by Elijah Wood as Frodo, Ian McKellen as Gandalf, and Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn. Picking up the narrative threads from "The Fellowship of the Ring," the plot can be divided into three diverging storylines, each driven by their unyielding determination to overcome Sauron's overarching threat.
Broadway World claims that there is so much more to this live symphonic show than Helm’s Deep, and listening to it in a grand hall only amplifies the film’s effect, wrapping audiences in the magical adventure. “The music is every bit as powerful as the visuals, sweeping from the deliciously ethereal during the more emotional sections to the heart-pumping storms whipped up during the fighting. Ludwig Wicki rises superbly to the occasion; they do justice to the Grammy-winning score from Canadian composer Howard Shore.”
Much like the precious ring, Radio City Music Hall is the one venue to rule them all! Recognized across the land of Manhattan as a cornerstone of entertainment excellence, it stands as an unparalleled location that ensures the best acoustics and high-class atmosphere for those looking to watch this event. Purchase your tickets for Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers In Concert on the 17th of February while you still can!