1. Awards
  2. Bibliography
  3. Sydmonton Festival


Andrew Lloyd Webber is the composer of The Likes of Us, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat®, Jesus Christ Superstar, By Jeeves, Evita, Variations and Tell Me On A Sunday later combined as Song & Dance, Cats, Starlight Express, The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, Sunset Boulevard, Whistle Down the Wind, The Beautiful Game (now called The Boys in the Photograph), The Woman in White and Love Never Dies. He composed the film scores of _Gumshoe_ and _The Odessa File_, and a setting of the Latin _Requiem_ mass.

As well as many of his own shows his producer credits include Daisy Pulls It Off, Lend me A Tenor, Shirley Valentine, La Bête, the ground-breaking Bollywood musical A R Rahman’s Bombay Dreams, his smash hit productions of The Sound of Music and The Wizard of Oz at the London Palladium and the films of The Phantom of the Opera and the acclaimed Australian production of Love Never Dies.

He pioneered television casting for musical theatre with the Emmy Award-winning BBC series _How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?_

His awards include seven Tonys, three Grammys including Best Contemporary Classical Composition for Requiem, seven Oliviers, a Golden Globe, an Oscar, two International Emmys, the Praemium Imperiale, the Richard Rodgers Award for Excellence in Musical Theatre and the Kennedy Center Honor.

He currently owns six London theatres, including the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and the London Palladium.

He was knighted in 1992 and created an honorary life peer in 1997.

April 2012

Julian Lloyd Webber

Julian plays the ‘Barjansky’ Stradivarius cello of c.1690, and is widely regarded as one of the most creative cellists and musicians of his generation.

For more information visit www.julianlloydwebber.com.

William Southcombe Lloyd Webber

William Southcombe Lloyd Webber (1914–1982) was an organist and composer, and was the Director of the London College of Music from 1964 until his death in 1982.

William Lloyd Webber’s music has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity, perhaps owing to the fame of his sons, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Julian Lloyd Webber. Andrew’s _Requiem_ was composed in memory of his father.

For more information visit www.williamlloydwebber.com.