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Katherine Jenkins’ one-time support act, All Angels create harmonies based on classical, opera and pop tunes. Success has brought them accolades from the likes of Paul McCartney, appearances at the Classical Brits, platinum discs and, for Charlotte, a sitcom role next to Jack Whitehall in Fresh Meat.

Blake are three classically trained singers bringing a fresh sound to opera and pop tunes. They have serenaded Dame Shirley Bassey and recorded the soundtrack to the Da Vinci Code.

Alfie has sung with Willard White, won acclaim for La Boheme and reprised Valjean on Broadway. He’s also appeared in an orchestral version of The Who’s Quadrophenia and released an album of Italian love songs. For corporate audiences Alfie performs with guitars or 5-piece, brass and strings.

Britain’s best-loved soprano moved from the ENO to The Sound of Music and Carousel. After dinner Lesley performs solo with piano or a small orchestra, with a repertoire spanning crowd-pleasing anthems and West End showtunes.

The mezzo-soprano and ‘Face of Wales’ is the UK’s biggest selling classical artist. She has sold out Sydney Opera House, toured in Viva La Diva with Darcey Bussell and released nine successful albums. She performs after dinner with piano accompaniment.

Proving that Britain’s definitely got talent, Paul’s life changed forever when he won the contest. With his rich tenor voice he interprets the great works of opera, from Nessun Dorma to Jerusalem.

The classically trained singer has recently starred in The War of the World – Alive on Stage as well as continuing to tour and record. Rhydian performs to playback, with a set including What If, The Impossible Dream, There Will Be A Time and Annie's Song.

Three trained singers masquerade as guests, waiters or security staff. As the dinner progresses they drop the disguise, revealing their true operatic talents to an unsuspecting audience – complete with popular arias and a rousing finale.

After touring the United States and performing with Jeff Wayne at the Royal Festival Hall, the group produced their third album. Seeing themselves as opera’s ‘Rat Pack,’ the tenors’ repertoire strays from Summertime to an arrangement of Sting’s When We Dance. They sing to tracks, with a small band or a full orchestra.

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