NEW YORK, N.Y. — A trip to Middle Earth sounds like a delightful winter escape, and Radio City Music Hall is giving you more opportunities to slip into the realm that fans have adored for decades. Join 238 musicians as they perform the entirety of Howard Shore’s “Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” score to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the movie on Feb. 6, 7, 8 and 9, 2023.
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The movie itself will play as the orchestra performs the Academy award-winning arrangement, with the audience in Radio City Music Hall traveling from the cozy hobbit holes of the Shire to the towering trees of the elven city of Lothlórien.
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Tickets start at $66.55 for Feb. 8 and Feb. 9, $90 for Feb. 6, and $114 for Feb. 7. All of the shows start at 8 p.m. each night.
Welcome to Tolkien’s fictional world
J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” released on July 29, 1954, nearly 20 years after the release of the first of Middle Earth’s chronicles, “The Hobbit.”
60 years after the events of “The Hobbit,” Frodo Baggins is met with an old and familiar friend: the wizard, Gandalf the Grey. From what is a birthday celebration of his uncle, Biblo Baggins, becomes an adventure to the sweeping waterfalls of the elven city of Rivendell after it is revealed Bilbo had been carrying the One Ring.
The One Ring, for those who may not be familiar, is one of the rings of power (for which Amazon Prime’s prequel show is named after) that was held by Sauron, the main antagonist in “Lord of the Rings.”
It is decided that a fellowship would travel to Mount Doom in order to destroy the One Ring, with Frodo being deemed the strongest one to resist the ring’s dark desires. And thus, four hobbits, an elf, a dwarf, two men and a wizard take to traveling Middle-earth’s increasingly treacherous terrain.
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