Christina Johnston is said by many to be one of a kind in the music world. Despite her young age she is already making a name for herself in the classical sphere with a vocal range that most could only dream of. She has toured in Europe, Asia and South America and counts Presidents and State Officials amongst her biggest fans.
The stunning debut album ‘Blessing’, released on 22nd September – consists of a mix of highly popular opera arias plus some rarities that were totally suited to her high soprano voice.
These include selections by Mozart, Rachmaninov, Puccini, Bellini, Dvorak, Gounod, Handel, Grieg, Johann Strauss, Canteloube and the notoriously difficult arias ‘Der Hölle Rache’ from The Magic Flute and ‘Bell Song’ from Lakmé by Delibes. On the album, Christina displays her gift for languages by singing in no fewer than nine, including English, German, Latin, Russian, French, Italian, Czech, Norwegian and the French dialect Occitan.
Christina Johnston’s – The Miracle of the Voice UK Tour – takes in ten shows – September/October 2017 with more dates to be announced Dates below:
23rd – The Church of St Peter, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
28th – St Mary’s Church, Bury St Edmunds
29th – St John the Baptist Church, Peterborough
30th – St Botolph’s Church, Colchester
5th – Wymondham Abbey, Norfolk
6th – Chelmsford Cathedral, Essex
7th – Great St Mary’s Church, Cambridge
12th – St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich
13th – St Nicholas’ Chapel, Kings Lynn
14th – St Peter Mancroft, Norwich
All tickets £15.00 – available from the box office or www.ticketline.co.uk/christina-johnston
Concert starts at 7.00pm.
Debut album: Blessings
‘Blessing’ is released on a brand new label, TADLOW CLASSICS, which is a recent addition to the highly acclaimed and award-winning Tadlow Music Label run by veteran film and classical music producer and orchestral contractor James Fitzpatrick. Some 30 years ago, James formed Silva Screen Records with his business partner Reynold da Silva and went on to great success with the discovery of soprano Lesley Garrett, which in a way started the ‘classical crossover’ movement. Since the formation of Tadlow Music, James has worked on albums by some of the biggest names in this ‘crossover’ field including Katherine Jenkins, Alexander Armstrong, Dame Vera Lynn, Ricky Martin, Michael Ball, Alfie Boe and many more.