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What’s On: Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra debuts hit show ‘The King Symphonic: The Music of Elvis Presley’

A brand-new show celebrating the king of rock and roll will sweep into town on April 3.

For one night only, the acclaimed Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra will make its UK debut at Cadogan Hall with its hit show The King Symphonic: The Music of Elvis Presley.

The show will feature vocals from Grammy-nominated vocalist and producer Shea Arender under the direction of Steve Rawlins.

This will be the first time that the Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra has performed in London.
Presented by Worldwide Entertainment, The King Symphonic will take Elvis fans on a symphonic journey of his greatest hits.

Audiences will experience a breath-taking performance jam-packed with classics such as Can’t Help Falling in Love, Suspicious Minds, It’s Now or Never and Blue Suede Shoes.

Shea Arender has amassed international recognition through his work as a symphonic and Broadway producer, with previous production credits including the Tony Award-nominated musical A Night with Janis Joplin.

Speaking about their London debut, Shea said: “I’m very excited about debuting in the UK. Elvis always loved his British fans but never got a chance to perform here.

“It’s amazing that over 40 years after his death his music lives on and remains so popular among audiences the world over.

I’m looking forward to representing my heritage, and Elvis’ too, and performing these beautiful songs in a symphonic setting at Cadogan Hall.”

Musical Director, composer, arranger and principal conductor of the Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra, Steve Rawlins, will also join the orchestra for their UK debut.

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