Russell Watson celebrates 20 years since release of The Voice at Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Singing sensation Russell Watson will be taking to the stage at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Thursday (November 25) to celebrate 20 years since the release of his debut album, The Voice.
The Voice entered the Official Classical Artist Album Chart at number one, was the biggest selling classical album of 2000 and established the tenor as one of the Britain’s most popular classical stars.
In a very special concert, Russell will perform some of his most loved songs and career highlights from the past two decades.
He said: “I can’t believe that it is 21 years since my debut album The Voice reached number one.
“All of you made this and everything that followed possible and I am thankful to be able to celebrate with you on my autumn 2021 tour.”
To mark two decades since the release of The Voice, Russell released an anniversary disc last year which captures key moments in his career with 13 newly-recorded songs.
Also at the concert hall this week is mezzo soprano Katherine Jenkins following the release of her 14th studio album, Cinema Paradiso.
The album is a collection of songs from some of the world’s best-loved movie moments including from Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Pinocchio and West Side Story as well as theme music.
She is at the venue on Tuesday (November 23).
On Monday (November 22) there will be an ultra-HD screening of Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi accompanied by a live symphony orchestra performing its iconic score by John Williams.