Lord of the Rings Symphony

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Lord of the Rings Symphony

Postby jlick » 05 Dec 2003, 12:32

Today's China Post has an article about Howard Shore coming to Taipei to perform music from the Lord of the Rings on Dec 10. Unfortunately there was no info on where to call or go to get tickets, and Google hasn't been any help. Anyone know?
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Postby Vanillaroma » 05 Dec 2003, 12:42

I saw some banner ads for it on a few streetlamps on Xinsheng South. I'll get back to you in a couple days when I drive by there next.
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Postby littleiron » 05 Dec 2003, 12:58

Saw some banners on Xinyi Road... but no dates. :shock: ...... :roll:
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Postby jlick » 05 Dec 2003, 21:08

My wife found out how to get tickets. They are available through http://www.ticket.com.tw/ or (02) 2341-9898. Tickets are NT1200, NT1800, or NT2400 depending on the section.
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Postby CaptPorridge » 04 Jan 2004, 18:55

I'm not in Taiwan, but I'm a big fan of Howards music.
Could you possibly write a wee review here after the concert?
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