Music of the Knights®

A Spot-On Production

A celebration of three of Britain’s most legendary songwriters!

Spot-On Entertainment proudly presents a thrilling musical celebration of three of Britain’s legendary songwriters.

Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Elton John and Sir Paul McCartney are not only knights — the also happen to be three of the most successful songwriters of all time with careers that span decades. “Music of the Knights®” honors their lasting musical influence with songs like “Memory,””I Don’t Know How to Love Him,””Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina,””The Phantom of the Opera,””Circle of Life,””Can You Feel the Love Tonight,””Your Song,””Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me,””Yesterday,””Hey Jude” and many more!

The cast includes three-four pop/Broadway vocalists with piano, bass and drums.

Also available for symphonies or for twelve-piece band.

Susan Agin, Executive & Artistic Director, Queensborough Performing Arts Center

“Music of the Knights®” is the freshest theatrical concert I’ve experienced in years. Cheers erupted throughout the concert and when it was over the multi-generational audience left spellbound. The joyful energy and excitement all around us was almost unbelievable. This program makes for a successful concert with very little effort on the part of the presenter. I look forward to having “Music of the Knights®” back again to build on its success.

SHOW & CAST BIOS

Cast

Vocalists
TBD
The cast includes three-four pop/Broadway vocalists with piano, bass and drums.

Piano
John Boswell

Cast subject to change.

Conceived, Produced, Directed by Scott Coulter
Orchestrations by Richard Maslove and Ryan Shirar

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Program & Instrumentation

Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber

The Phantom of the Opera (from “The Phantom of the Opera”)
Memory (from “Cats”)
I Don’t Know How to Love Him (from “Jesus Christ Superstar”)
Gethsemane (from “Jesus Christ Superstar”)
Buenos Aires (from “Evita”)
Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina (from “Evita”)

Sir Paul McCartney

Silly Love Songs
Maybe I’m Amazed
Live and Let Die
Yesterday
Hey, Jude

Sir Elton John

Your Song
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Crocodile Rock
Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me
Circle of Life (from “The Lion King”)

Symphony (48 piece)

group travels with piano and drums though drum parts available if local drummer preferred

2 flutes (2nd dbl picc)
2 oboes
2 clarinets
2 bassoons

3 horns
3 trumpets
3 trombones
1 tuba

1 percussion
1 timpani

8 1st violins
6 2nd violins
4 violas
4 cellos
3 bass

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