Highlights from Boublil & Schönberg’s 'Do You Hear The People Sing?’
Theatre & Dance • 15m
Through decades of collaboration, lyricist Alain Boublil and composer Claude-Michel Schönberg have graced world stages with timeless classics such as Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, La Révolution Française, Martin Guerre and The Pirate Queen. Enjoy a selection of songs from one of musical theatre’s finest pairings, recorded live at Sydney Opera House in the Australian premiere concert spectacular ‘Do You Hear The People Sing?’
“Empty Chairs at Empty Tables” from 'Les Misérables' – performed by Michael Ball
“Woman” from 'The Pirate Queen' – performed by Rachel Tucker
“Why God Why” from 'Miss Saigon' – performed by John Owen-Jones
“Do You Hear The People Sing?” from 'Les Misérables' – performed by Michael Ball, John Owen-Jones, Rachel Tucker, Bobby Fox, David Harris, Sooha Kim, Suzie Mathers, and Marie Zamora with the ensemble and orchestra of ‘Do You Hear The People Sing?’
Director: Andrew Pole
Musical Director/Conductor: Guy Simpson
Lighting Designer: Peter Rubie
Sound Designer: Tom Brickhill
Producer: Enda Markey
Chris Burgess, Beau Woodbridge, Daniel Todd, Matilda Moran, Michaela Leisk, Georgia Wilkinson, Danielle Barnes, Scott Irwin, Dani Caruso, Bianca Bruce, Daniel Belle, Rubin Matters.
Roy Theaker, Richard Gleeson, Kohan Van Sambeeck, Beth Condon, Clare Kahn, Daniel Maher, Eve Osborn, Lisa Breckenridge, Mark Taylor, Michele O’Young, Simon Sweeney, Stephanie Zarka, Stewart Kirwan, Rachel Valentine, Oliver Simpson, Justin Kearin, Rafael Salgado, Adrian Bendt, Greg Taylor, Charlotte Fetherston, Simon Holt, Andrew Massey, James McCrow, Chris Milbourn.
Sydney Opera House presents, in association with Enda Markey Presents
Recorded in the Concert Hall
Saturday 1 October 2022
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