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Ennio Moricone is a celebrated composter, orchestrator, conductor and trumpet player. Don't miss your chance to see this Italian maestro perform LIVE! Buy your Ennio Moricone concert tickets now!
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Ennio Morricone Concert Tickets

Ennio Morricone is hailed as one of the greatest composers of the twentieth century. His film scores for some of the most successful Westerns were iconic for their romanticism of the American West. Get your Ennio Morricone tickets to hear the works of the great master performed live.

Born in Rome in 1928, Morricone got his start playing in many local jazz bands, a trait he inherited from his trumpet-playing father. He got his first job composing film scores working for Nascio Nascimbene - a leader in the Italian film industry. It would be Morricone’s work on the so-called “spaghetti westerns” of the 1960s that would elevate him to international fame. His work on Sergio Leone’s A Fistfull of Dollars as well as the sequels, A Few Dollars More and The Good, The Bad and the Ugly became instant hits, elevating the films to cinematic masterpieces.

The Italian composer has won two Academy Awards and frequently tours the world conducting the music that he has written. Let the maestro’s music transport you back to the lawlessness and grandeur of the American west.