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February 7, 2023

Sarah Brightman invites Bucharest audience to musical extravaganza

Singer Sarah Brightman, considered the best-sold soprano of all times and the pioneer of the classical crossover genre, is giving a concert this evening at Bucharest’s Palace Hall. The grandiose show is part of a tournament that the artist is currently doing in Europe.
Romanian audiences will be joining the soprano in a remarkably original musical journey called ‘Dreamchaser’, a spectacular, modern, and complex show. The soprano’s angelic voice, equipped for a vocal range above three octaves, accompanied by an orchestra of 30 musicians, along with her royal gowns and the concert’s special effects will carry music lovers into a world of dreams that can come true if only they believe in them.
The fans will equally enjoy the hits that the soprano has launched throughout her career, but also songs from “Dreamchaser,” her most recent album inspired from the training for the space mission that Sarah is preparing for 2015, when she plans to become the first musician to record a song in space.
Sarah Brightman is considered to be the best sold soprano in the world and the only artist to simultaneously win over the Billboard Dance and Classic charts. She has pioneered the classical crossover genre and remains one of the titans of the music scene with over 30 million sold records and over 180 golden and platinum discs won in over 40 countries.
Sarah Brightman is one of the world’s biggest artists, totaling over 30 million records sold and having a record that includes over 180 gold and platinum discs won in over 40 countries. Her “Time to Say Goodbye” single, recorded with tenor Andrea Bocelli, was sold in over 12 million copies throughout the world.
Concert tickets are available at Palace Hall, the National Theater, the Humanitas and Carturesti bookstores, Subway Station Unirii 1, Orange, Vodafone, Germanos, Domo, and Diverta stores, the Inmedio stores listed at Bilete.ro, or online at vandbilete.ro, bilete.ro, myticket.ro, iabilet.ro, blt.ro, eventim.ro, and bilet.ro.

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