We are here for all you Lord of the Rings (LOTR) fans, and do our best to satiate your thirst.

That’s why we’re giving away 2 pairs of Category One tickets (worth $131 each) for the Asian premiere of Howard Shore’s Soundtrack to “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” at 1 pm on 7 June 2014.

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Following last summer’s successful run of the “Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring” concerts, the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra (MFO), together with the Vocal Associates Festival Chorus and Children’s Choir, will be bringing the much-loved Middle Earth back to the stage, giving fans a unique opportunity to relive the high fantasy experience in a brand new way. 

Immerse yourself in the full-length Academy Award-winning motion picture, which will be projected on a giant cinematic screen complete with original dialogue and sound effects from the film, while Howard Shore’s breathtaking soundtrack score is performed live by the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra (MFO) and the Vocal Associates Festival Chorus and Children’s Choir.

The concert will run from 6 to 7 June 2014 @ The Star Theatre (The Star Performing Arts Centre).

 All you have to do to win these Category One tickets (Yes, CATEGORY ONE TICKETS) is:

1. Go to our Facebook post on this giveaway.

2. Answer the following question:

QUESTION: Who is the creator of the “Lord Of The Rings” soundtrack? (Hint: Answer is on https://www.facebook.com/metropolitan.sg)

3. ‘Comment‘ on the Facebook post with your answer + ‘Like‘ our post AND page + ‘Share‘ the post for a chance to win!

You only have until 8am on 30 May 2014 to submit your entries though, so wait no longer! The winners will be announced on our Facebook page at 8pm on the same day, and will be contacted via Facebook Private Message. Good luck!

 About the Orchestra

The Metropolitan Festival Orchestra (MFO) is the only fully-independent orchestra in Singapore. Their inaugural season last year saw the staging of the first “Lord Of The Rings” concert, a groundbreaking production that ran for three nights to an audience of over 7,000 people in total. Apart from the aforementioned LOTR sequel,  this year’s season also features “Bridging Frontiers”, a “celebration of orchestral music” that brings together Western and Chinese classical music in a spectacular marriage of the two eminent cultures.

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Image Credits: Metropolitan Festival Orchestra