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Halle’s 90s Big Night Out – 19.1.24

Halle’s 90s Big Night Out in Nottingham was an evening filled with nostalgia and remarkable performances, a true celebration of the music that defined a generation. The world-famous Hallé Orchestra, under the baton of conductor Stephen Bell, delivered an exceptional showcase of 90s hits, magnifying their impact with their full, rich sound.

The night featured a range of iconic songs from the era, including anthems from Queen, Meat Loaf, No Doubt, Oasis, and Aerosmith, each meticulously rendered to capture the essence of the original while presenting a unique orchestral twist. Notably, the rendition of Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” and Queen’s “The Show Must Go On” were among the highlights, brilliantly encapsulating the power and emotion of the originals.

A special moment of the evening was the performance of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” which received a standing ovation. This song, particularly significant as it was performed on Dolly Parton’s birthday (who originally wrote the song), was a poignant reminder of the timeless nature of great music and its ability to connect audiences across generations.

Adding to the evening’s charm, acclaimed West End singers Annie Skates, Emma Kershaw, Lance Ellington, and Steve Trowell joined the orchestra, lending their voices to these memorable songs, each adding a unique flair to the evening’s performances.

A special guest appearance by Snake Davis added another layer of excitement to the night. His talent and presence on stage were a fitting addition to an already stellar lineup, further elevating the musical experience.

In summary, Halle’s 90s Big Night Out was more than just a concert; it was a journey back in time, a celebration of music that continues to resonate with people of all ages. The combination of the Hallé Orchestra’s skill, the singers’ passionate performances, and the iconic songs made for an unforgettable evening in Nottingham.

Editor of LLR since 2005

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