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In the world of theatrical performers, Ramin Karimloo is known as one of the most formidable talents in the industry. Heralded for his portrayal of leading roles Jean Valjean in Les Mirerables and the Phantom in Phantom of the Opera, Karimloo is a musical force unlike any other. In fact, it was his unbridaled reputation that led to his performance in the recent Oscar tribute to Les Misérables.
Iranian-born, Canadian actor, singer Ramin is recognized as the favorite leading man to perform in London's West End Musical Theatre by whatsonstage.com. Ramin has played starring roles in both of the West End's longest running musicals; Jean Valjean, Enjolras and Marius in Les Misérables and the Phantom and Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera.
Ramin was hand picked by Andrew Lloyd Webber to portray the lead role in his sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies. He originated the role of Phantom in this sequel, a role that won him the prestigious Theatregoer’s Choice Award and the Broadwayworld.com award for Best Actor in a musical.
In 2011, Ramin played The Phantom for three performances alongside Love Never Dies co-star Sierra Boggess in the unique “25th Anniversary Production of The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall”, that was streamed live to cinemas across the world, providing an even larger stage for this theatrical superstar’s talent. Additionally, he performed the title song, Music Of The Night, during the Broadway 25th Anniversary of Phantom of the Opera.
Ramin also played the role of Enjolras in the “25th Anniversary Concert of Les Misérables” at The O2 Arena in London where it has been one of the most widely viewed shows in history.
His other musical theatre credits include Murder Ballad, Miss Saigon, Zorro - The Musical, Pirates of Penzance, Simply Barbara, Grease, Anything Goes and Bye Bye Birdie.
Here’s a song from my first full studio album, Human Heart, called Constant Angel. This is from our socially distanced show we filmed at The London Coliseum which will be initially aired Oct 23, 2020 at 7:30 in select territories. Details and ticket info at www.tonightatthelondoncoliseum.com At the time of posting this I believe there will be a roll out of other territories should yours not be available on this initial date.
One of my favorite songs from such a wonderful musical, Showboat. From our benefit for carenotprofits.ca Full concert on here. Subscribe and share if you wish. Thank you for listening.
Bring Him Home from Les Miserables. This is from our full concert which is on my channel. It was our benefit for carenotprofits.ca
One of my originals from back in the day. This is from The carenotprofits.ca benefit we did. Full concert in my videos as well if you want to check that out. Thanks for listening. Subscribe and share.
This was from our benefit for CARENOTPROFITS.CA ... the full concert is on here too. Love this score and show. Adore this intro from Georgina which was inspired from The Umbrella Academy. Check out the full show and share.
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We were asked to contribute to the latest ‘quarantunes’ hosted by Richard and Demi Weitz. On this occasion Richard and Demi were awarded The Walt Disney Philanthropist of the year award for their incredible efforts raising millions during lockdown. Was really great to see them receive their accolade and also how many folks have helped their cause. Was honored to be asked and to connect with three of my favorite people who make up an incredible band, The Dives. Please check out their music. Thank you.
Can’t have a new member join the band and not take them through an Avett Brothers’ song. A rehearsal I had with Rebecca a few weeks back.
From my first full length studio album ‘Human Heart’. With Rebecca Raw on cello. Rehearsing before filming with the band.
Joined by Rebecca Raw on cello.
With Rebecca Raw.
Written by Paul Westerberg. Rehearsing with the band for a streamed concert we are filming soon. Based on the version by Canadian band, The Crash Test Dummies.
This beautiful song is written by Ryan Bingham
From the Kings Of Broadway 2020 concert. Celebrating Jule Styne, Jerry Herman and Stephen Sondheim.
Just messing around with my boy with time to kill.
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Great Song written by Randy Houser and Craig Monday
Inspired by the Larry Fleet version. I’ve always loved hearing this song and I love the word ‘Grace’.
Just got into this band their music. Been a while since I wanted to sing and this song got me strumming again. Please check out their music. Their version is stunning.
This song was written by Susan Werner. Not a religious man but these words resonate a lot right now.
Love this song. We play it in various ways. Here’s another one.
During lockdown and keeping ourselves creative we have always wanted to sing this song from ‘Songs For A New World’ written by Jason Robert Brown. It’s a song we found we both shared a mutual connection for. So we finally decided to sing this together. Love that this is one of Mandy’s favorites.
Chris Stapleton is one of my favorite artists and one of the greatest singers around. This song is heartbreakingly beautiful and I’ve been wanting to learn it for a while now.
Join Ramin, special guests, and a few lucky fans as we celebrate the spirit of #TheShowMustGoOn. Watch the livestream of the 25th anniversary concert of Phantom of the Opera, then join us here directly after--you're invited to the after party!
Well, more isolation collaborations with my band who I miss dearly. When I asked what we should do next Joe Kwon asked for Music Of The Night. Mind blown. So we did. Did not know the show would be re-aired for free around the world so perfect time to post. Much love to everyone.
My boy Hadley, on a walk in the forest bringing me up to speed on his gaming accounts and his desire to start streaming.
Another collaboration to pass time with someone I adore who is isolating at his house in Japan.
Another isolation duet. Sierra was kind enough to do a remote podcast with me and we wanted to sing together again so we did this while we are staying at home. Hope you enjoy. Most importantly, keep looking after each other, stay at home, stay kind and stay safe.
In honor of tonight’s Super Pink Moon, April 7, 2020... here’s a beautiful song from Dr Zhivago with the current star of London’s Phantom of The Opera, Kelly Mathieson. On Piano we have the amazing Matt Mellor.
We may be isolated at home but we can still do what we love with the people we love for the people we love▫️our yearly pilgrimage to Raleigh, North Carolina may be delayed this year for obvious reasons but we will organize something soon with @trianglewineexperience for @frankielemmonsch who we support ▫️
The inspired @alexpark_er encouraged me to join him and the wonderful musicians ...Violin Emily Davis ▫️Viola Polly Wiltshire▫️Cello Dave Hornberger▫️Double Bass Adam Higgs▫️Flute Sarah Manship▫️Clarinet Hannah Lawrance▫️Horn Joe Ryan▫️ to perform this number▫️The most important take away from this is @thankyouflag ▫️ Alex, thanks for organizing this. Was a lot of fun to do ▫️Great memories of working and creating this with Andrew▫️Great way to pass isolation-time as well▫️
Filling some isolation-time with this great band based in NYC. The Dives. Check them out www.thedivesmusic.com
I love this musical’s concept album (The Nashville Sessions). The orchestrations are stunning especially in this number. One of my favorites of Frank Wildhorn. So killing time as a lonesome plucker determined to practice more on the banjo.
An original I wrote with Victoria Shaw. During lockdown while house was full, the back of my pick-up out in front of my property seemed to be a nice little place of solitude.
I remember my Dad playing this record and loved Kenny Rogers’ voice. Amazing storyteller. One of the best.
Love this band. Love this song.
The first song I ever sang in front of an audience by my favorite band, The Tragically Hip.
My all time favorite band with a song that brings back such vivid and beautiful memories. Sing some Tragically Hip. It’s good for the heart.
Karimloo/Fraser penned original from back in the day. A song about the road and it’s folks.
On my first tour David Shrubsole and I put this melody together for my first tour. I love Cat Stevens’ (Yusuf Islam) music. This certainly was one of the seeds that helped develop the ‘Broadgrass’ sound.
I remember hearing this song when I was a young boy. The memory of the hot summer day driving from Peterborough, Ontario to Toronto in a little brown Acadian hatchback and being introduced to The Crash Test Dummies via a cassette, has never left me. Neither did the impact of this song and it’s positive message.
I remember when I first saw Les Miserables in Japan a few years ago. I was blown away by the beautiful approach the actors had with their connection to their parts. It was an innate spirituality. After meeting Takanori Sato during our Chess-The Musical press junkets I really wanted to steal a moment and sing this together. Neither of us speak each other’s language but we share a love for this role and moment in the show (Les Miserables). So, we had about 20 minutes to kill after one of our performances. We decided to meet each other halfway with the language and simply enjoy ourselves doing what we love.
One of my favorites of Cat Stevens. A day off from our rehearsals here in Japan for Chess The Musical and got to playing around with this. Obviously go to Cat’s haunting version for the definitive but I do love this song.
Such a great band with so many great songs. Listen to them do this song beautifully with their harmonies.
I may not be American but as a guest I am honored to be asked to sing their anthem. Thank you Carolina Hurricanes for your hospitality. Dec 28 2019.
This is a beautiful Ryan Bingham song. We decided to cover it in our show. Here’s a shot from the sound desk.
One of our singles from our album ‘From Now On’. Here we played live at Broadway.com
A beautiful composition by Caroline. We played around with this solo and turned it into a duet. Here’s our work in progress. She’s incredible.
Final week of your awesome questions. Thanks so much for sending in questions every week and taking part.
MURDER BALLAD Murder Ballad centres around Sara (Kerry Ellis), a young New Yorker who is torn between her dangerous ex-boyfriend and her reliable husband. Led by a sexy bartender who serves as the show’s narrator, Murder Ballad documents the details of the torrid affair with vibrant pop-rock tunes. When Sara breaks up with Tom, a gritty bartender,...
2016 schedule About West End LIVE Celebrating its 12th year in 2016, West End LIVE is a free, two-day musical extravaganz showcasing the best of West End theatre. It regularly attracts more than 500,000 people to watch live performances from dozens of West End musicals over the course of the weekend and is the largest event of its type in the ...
Another must-watch for musical theatre fans. Andrew Lloyd Webber is giving you an unmissable opportunity to see the spectacular 25th-anniversary Royal Albert Hall staging of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA for free... for 24 hours only!
With a heartfelt message to “Stay at home and support the NHS so they can bring your loved ones home”, musical theatre supergroup The Barricade Boys have joined forces with special guests Alfie Boe, Ramin Karimloo, John Owen-Jones, David Shannon, Alistair Brammer, Fra Fee and Rob Houchen to put together a stunning rendition of ‘Bring Him Home’ from Les Misérables, introduced by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby
As if we weren't excited enough about the initial casting of Lucie Jones, Ramin Karimloo and Jac Yarrow, the full cast of StageFaves taking part in The Secret Garden concerts at the London Palladium are giving us palpitations!
Lambert Jackson Productions’ concert performances of the Tony Award-winning musical The Secret Garden at the London Palladium on 4 April 2020 boasts quite a cast including West End stars Lucie Jones, Ramin Karimloo and Jac Yarrow.
Get ready to fight back the tears because Lambert Jackson Productions is bringing Doctor Zhivago – The UK Concert Premiere to London’s Cadogan Hall on 1 September with Ramin Karimloo as Yurii Andreyevich Zhivago and Celinde Schoenmaker as Lara Guishar, with further casting to be announced.