MOR­RI­CONE’S FI­NAL DUBLIN BOW

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He ap­peared to have said his ‘good­byes’ last year, but we’re de­lighted that En­nio Mor­ri­cone is re­turn­ing to Dublin’s 3Arena for one fi­nal show on Feb­ru­ary 15 with Por­tuguese fado leg­end Dulce Pontes among the guest vo­cal­ists. Tick­ets go on sale at 9am on Satur­day No­vem­ber 10.

The Ital­ian’s ca­reer started in the 1940s, but comes right up to date with his breath­tak­ing score for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hate­ful Eight, which takes him back to those Spaghetti Western glory days of yore.

“On this tour I per­form a whole new pro­gramme with new high­lights,” the 90-year-old mae­stro re­veals. “Of course there will al­ways be the clas­sic pieces from the great Ser­gio Leone west­erns and The Mis­sion, but over­all the ex­pe­ri­ence will be dif­fer­ent this time. I plan to in­clude mu­sic from my col­lab­o­ra­tion with Quentin Tarantino as well as a few works from the Leone West­erns that I have not in­cluded on pre­vi­ous tours. I will also have Dulce Pontes join­ing me on stage with her pas­sion­ate vo­cals.”

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