Carly Paoli announces headline concert at Cadogan Hall, Chelsea

Thursday 15th February 2018

Tickets on general sale Friday 11th August 2017 at 10am
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Carly will be performing with the Abiah Symphony orchestra conducted by Grammy-award winning composer Steven Mercurio. Her special guests are Grammy-award winning flautist, Andrea Griminelli, Italian tenor Fredrico Paciotti and Tring Park 16 choir.

Carly Paoli has been delighting audiences throughout the world, shared stages with Andrea Bocelli, José Carreras and Elaine Paige, and can count Pope Francis and Prince Charles amongst her fans. Now, following the release of her acclaimed debut album ‘Singing My Dreams’, the classically trained singer announces a special concert at London’s Cadogan Hall.  
With Carly joined on stage by orchestra, choir and special guests, the evening will provide an opportunity to experience the emotional, sincere and dramatic performances that have captured audiences wherever the young artist has appeared. 

“It’s said that recording and releasing your debut album takes you on a ‘once in a lifetime’ journey. Three years ago, I set sail on that journey and the final destination, ‘Singing My Dreams’ means those three years are ones I will never forget.  I’ve had the opportunity to work up close with artists I’ve admired for years, to perform in some of the world’s most historic venues, The Roman Baths, The Roman Forum, and the honour of performing for the Royal Family. But perhaps over and above all these incredible events was the thrill of holding the first copy of my first album for the first time.”
On its release in June the album drew praise around the world, with classical critic David Mellor awarding it 4 stars and declaring “the operatic quality of her voice shines through”. The album reached number 2 in the UK classical charts where it continues to ride high. In July Sky Arts Broadcast Music For Mercy, a unique concert held at the ancient Roman Forum headlined by Carly and featuring Andrea Bocelli, with special guests, Elaine Paige, David Foster, The Tenors and Giovanni Caccamo.