Lesley Garrett is a favorite soprano who sings for the British Country wide Opera and information for Silva Classics. She actually is noted on her behalf function in light, modern Classical Music and Broadway Present songs such as for example those compiled by Andrew Lloyd-Webber.
Full Name Lesley Garrett
Date Of Birth April 10, 1955
Height 1.63 m
Profession Actor, Singer-songwriter, Media Personality
Albums A Soprano Inspired, Soprano in Red, Travelling Light, Soprano in Hollywood (The BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Paul Bateman), Lesley Garrett/Intl. Euro Version, Simple Gifts, The Essential Collection, Amazing Grace, Lesley Garrett Soprano In Hollywood, A North Country Lass, The Magic Flute (London Philharmonic Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras), From The Heart, The Singer, Lesley Garrett, When I Fall in Love, I Will Wait for You, The Sound Of Lesley Garrett (By Classic FM), Diva! A Soprano at the Movies, The Soprano's Greatest Hits, The Very Best of Lesley Garrett, The Lesley Garrett Gift Collection, You'll Never Walk Alone, The Beauty of Song, Tranquility, So Deep Is the Night, The Lesley Garrett Album, The Best Of, The Gold Collection, Introducing
Nominations Classic Brit Award for Album of the Year, Classic Brit Award for Female Artist of the Year
Movies The Mikado, Richard Rodgers: Some Enchanted Evening, Lesley Garrett: Music from the Movies, Strauss: Dance and Dream
TV Shows Comic Relief Does Fame Academy
Taking part in 'The Music of Morse' - a special one-off concert at London's Royal Albert Hall paying homage to some of the most popular tracks from the 'Inspector Morse' series. Lesley will sing 'O Mia Babbino Caro', 'Laudate Dominum', 'Libiamo ne'Lieti Calici' (with tenor Alfie Boe), 'La Ci Darem La Mano' (with bass Willard White) and 'The Creation - The Heaven's are Telling' (Along with both 'Sir Willard White' and Alfie Boe. [April 2007]
Playing The Mother Abbess at the London Palladium in Andrew Lloyd Webbers' revival of 'The Sound of Music', starring along side Connie Fisher. She will be starring until April, 2007. [November 2006]
A fan of the rock band Led Zeppelin.
A fan of the rock band Queen.
Trained at the Royal Academy of Music, of which she became a Fellow in 1995.
Appointed a CBE (Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in the 2002 New Year's Honours List.
She was awarded C.B.E.(Companion of the British Empire)on 30 December 2001 for her services to music.
English opera singer, TV performer and recording star.
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performer: "Amazing Grace"
A Heartbeat Away
performer: "Solveig's Song"
performer: "La vergine degli angeli" from "La forza del destino"
The Mirror Has Two Faces
performer: "Dome Epais"
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performer: "Lascia ch'io pianga"
TV Movie performer: "Xerxes Serse, opera in Three acts"
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Queen's songs are very anthemic.
Freddie's style of performance influenced all performers.
It was an appalling shock when he died. None of us can really believe, even now, that Freddie's gone. There was so much about him that was just overwhelmingly powerful and beautiful.
Freddie Mercury just had an extraordinary ability to captivate an audience. He embodies the music physically in such a way that is irresistible and the power of his performances, well they're unsurpassable in my view.
[on Queen at Live Aid] It was the most powerful performance I think anybody had ever given in the history of pop and rock singing. Every single person was with him.
What I love about becoming older is that I'm really getting into make-up. I use a lot more than I used to and it's very sexy. I also used to be a jeans and T-shirt girl until my late thirties, but now, because I've looked after my figure, I can wear grown-up clothes by designers such as Maria Grachvogel, Jenny Packman, Jimmy Choo.
I'm quite an energetic person so slacking isn't my nature. My idea of relaxation would be a skiing holiday or going to a football match and screaming. Or not getting dressed all day, leaving the children in their pyjamas and eating whatever's in the fridge.
I love swimming, skiing, horse-riding, cycling and walking but I find that stretching is the most vital thing in my life. I have a stretch routine that I do every day, particularly for my lower spine. When you are young, it is not as important to do as much exercise, as you just bounce out of bed, but as I grow older, I realise how important it is to keep my body supple.
It is vital to keep in shape because opera is about credible casting. If you are playing a fabulous role you have to look fabulous and sometimes you have to wear very skimpy clothing or nothing at all. I've been nude on stage before now and can't aford to have a saggy tush.
My husband brings home every festering illness known to mankind and, as anyone who is married to a doctor will know, you are the last person to ever get any kind of medical attention. You have to be horizontal, unconscious and covered in a lot of blood before he's interested
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