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Thrilling: Oliver Laurent does not imitate Brel, he brings him back to life.
~ Le Figaro

“…the most exciting Irish dance show since Riverdance”.

~ Ireland Calling

 


His unique technique, a fusion of Celtic, Classical and South American genres, unexpected tones of percussion and vocals, break the boundaries of classical music in magic and mesmerizing way.


A real gem that Charles Aznavour himself would have been proud of!

– Radio Canada


Led Zeppelin Symphonic – the new show produced by the creative team of the epic Queen Symphonic!


Such is Mireille – a heart that sings, a heart that weeps, but above all – a heart that loves.


Rock and symphonic celebration of the greatest hits of Queen, featuring London West End singers, rock band and the best symphony orchestras.


This spectacular show is a vibrant tribute to the greatest French songs of the post-war era, capturing the charm and essence of Paris for the whole world to enjoy.


For the first time, the greatest songs of international icon Edith Piaf are performed together with Symphony Orchestras

 

Musical celebration of the life and music of the legendary French chanteuse Edith Piaf.

Swan Lake On Water | Live People Agency


Classical in its main elements and at the same time totally unexpected…


10 contemporary ballet dancers, a live band of 6 musicians, 4 singers on stage and different visual effects create a unique and stunning spectacle of the epic album “The Wall”.

 

Vienna Mozart Orchestra was founded in 1986 and become the icon of Viennese musical life and style.

contact us

For bookings: Diana Grodberg, Co-founder & Booking Agent | Phone: + 356 79773978 | Mail: bookings@livepeople.agency

For general inquiries: Kostas Grodberg, Co-founder & COO  | Phone: + 356 79773977 | Mail: info@livepeople.agency

Address: 22, Sqaq L-Iskoccizi, Cospicua, BML1622, Malta  | Registration number: C 67135 | VAT number: MT22043318

 

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ~ Plato