Frank said today, “I am so thrilled to bring the concerts of Bonnie & Clyde to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane and to bring my Frank & Friends concert to London for the very first time. I know that you will be excited by the incredible artists that will share the stage with my amazing band and me. I cannot wait to share this evening with everyone at Cadogan Hall!”
Frank Wildhorn is a Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award nominated celebrated composer of both musical theatre and popular songs including having written the Number One international hit “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” for Whitney Houston. Throughout his career he has written songs that have been recorded and performed by artists such as Hootie & the Blowfish, The Moody Blues, Stix, Johnny Mathis, Patti LaBelle, Trisha Yearwood, Colm Wilkinson, Anthony Warlow, Michael Ball, Beverley Knight, Kenny Rogers, Sammy Davis Jr, and Natalie Cole, to name a few. Among his forty original shows around the world are Jekyll & Hyde, The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Civil War, Dracula, Wonderland, Bonnie & Clyde, Victor/Victoria, The Count of Monte Cristo, Carmen, Rudolf, Camille Claudel, Mata Hari, The Man Who Laughs, Death Note, Excalibur/Artu, and The Man Who Laughs. Frank has just had the honour to be the first American to have a premiere with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra of his first full-length symphony.