The Music of Elton John: 50 years of ‘Your Song’


Saturday 30th October 2021

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Tickets from £16.50 (including booking fees)

Saturday 30 October 2021 - 7.30pm
Approximate running time including interval: 2 hours

Tuning Up - 6.30pm in the stalls foyer
Pre-concert foyer music performed by students of the RNCM Popular Music course. - Free to concert ticket holders

The concert includes:
Rocket Man; Goodbye Yellow Brick Road; Your Song; Candle in the Wind; Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word; Circle of Life; I’m Still Standing; Part-Time Love; Something About the Way You Look Tonight; Don’t Go Breaking My Heart; Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me; Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting and many more.

Richard Balcombe

George King, piano
Graham Bickley, vocalist
Stuart Matthew Price, vocalist
Patrick Smyth, vocalist
Abbie Osmon, vocalist

Presented by GRB Concerts.

In October 1970, Elton John released ‘Your Song’, written with his long-time collaborator Bernie Taupin, which has since been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. 50 Years of ‘Your Song’ is a symphonic celebration of the subsequent years of music-making by the multi-award-winning singer, pianist and composer. Elton John has sold more than 300 million records, had more than 50 Top 40 hits, won five Grammy Awards, five Brit Awards and is an Academy, Golden Globe and Tony Award winner.

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