The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of England, based in London, was founded in 1946 by Sir Thomas Beecham. Since 2004, the orchestra has used a 900-seat Hall of Cadogan, a former church in Chelsea, as a rehearsal space and concert hall, and regularly displays its varying repertoire of popular classical works in this hall in the evenings.
With a staff of approximately 80 musicians, the RPO (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) continues to conduct international tours and publicize their work worldwide. Recent work includes concerts at Montreux, Lucerna and Granada festivals as part of a US tour, and visits to Central Europe and the Far East, including South Korea and China.
The Royal Philharmonic is particularly commemorated in recent years with albums by various world-renowned bands, artists who have symphonically arranged and released their songs. Let's examine the edited versions of these well-known songs and tunes together.
Queen with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
The album that the British composer and conductor Tolga Kashif of Cypriot descent brought a symphonic rendition to the Queen's songs, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in 2002:
Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Under the leadership of his wife Priscilla Presley, who stated that Elvis Presley, the legendary artist, had always wanted to release an album with an orchestra but did not live long enough; Presley’s 80th birthday special album is;
Sezen Aksu with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Images from the concert of the album, in which the famous arranger Erdal Kızılçay performed his arrangements before the audience at Zorlu PSM on 11 December 2015, Marcello Rota, one of the most important conductors of the world, performed the orchestra conductor, and interpreted 15 memorable Sezen Aksu songs;
UEFA Champions League Official Theme Song
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra also has a well-known interpretation of the UEFA Champions League music that we all know and feel joy when we hear it;
In this article we talked about the British Royal Orchestra; The Royal Philharmonic and the famous works they interpreted.If you like our article, you can share it on the social media buttons below and subscribe to our weekly newsletter if you want to be instantly aware of new articles on musiconline.