BREAKING NEWS: Get ready to ring in the holidays with the ANGEL OF MUSIC!!! The Phantom of the Opera's original leading lady & singing sensation Sarah Brightman is set to ring in the holiday season with her first ever virtual concert next month.

Filmed live from the Christ Church, Spitalfields in London, the virtual concert is set for December 20th, 2020 through the singer's website. Accompanied by the Orchestra & Choir of Trinity College, fans can expect Sarah to perform a full selection of Christmas favorites including songs from her 2008 holiday album A WINTER SYMPHONY. In addition, she'll also be joined by special guests…..

Celebrated Welsh singer Aled Jones,

acclaimed choral group Gregorian (which Sarah has continued to perform with on and off),


a special appearance by the legendary Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber (Brightman's former husband and still lifelong friend) performing the beautiful CHRISTMAS DREAM (written by Lloyd Webber and Sir Tim Rice).

It will be shown in Four Streaming Time Zones all around the world consisting of the following….

UK/Ireland & Europe – 7:30 pm GMT/8:30pm CET,

North America (East Coast) and Central – South America – 7:30 pm EST/9:30 pm ART/BRT,


North America/West Coast – 7:30 pm PST

Tickets and special packages for this virtual concert are on sale starting NOW!!! All proceeds from these sales will go directly to The Global FoodBanking Network. This wonderful organization teams up with various local food bank partners in over 40 countries to alleviate hunger locally, which is particular in need at this time of year (especially even right now during this ongoing time of the COVID-19 pandemic).

In addition for all of you that ever dreamt of seeing Sarah Brightman LIVE in concert when real live performances and theaters return, she's also scheduled to resume her acclaimed HYMN WORLD TOUR beginning Fall 2020 in North America along with more additional cities TBA.

Who is excited?!!!

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