Andrew Lloyd Webber has renewed his record contract with Universal making it one of the longest continuous deals in the music world.
Lord Lloyd-Webber has worked with Universal for 40 years and has agreed another long-term deal.
The BBC reports the contract covers his entire back catalogue, as well as digital and CD sales and publishing rights.
In a statement, the composer said he was "delighted" with the deal.
His latest work Love Never Dies, a sequel to The Phantom Of The Opera, premieres in the West End next month.
Other works by Lloyd-Webber include Evita, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and Cats.