Fresh from a Classical Brit nomination and entertaining the audience at the o2 Arena for the national British Basketball League finals, Classical Reflection are looking forward to bringing their popular crossover classics to Proms and Prosecco in the Park at Newport, Shropshire.
Identical twins Naomi and Hannah Moxon have unveiled plans to perform crowd pleasers including Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Hallelujah and Nessun Dorma at Chetwynd Deer Park on Saturday, 14 September.
Having risen to prominence on TV’s The Voice UK, Classical Reflection have hit the high notes with a number 3 album on the classical charts in 2018, three performances at the Royal Albert Hall and working alongside performers as diverse as Brian Conley, Aled Jones and Matt Terry.
“Proms and Prosecco in the Park will be our first appearance in Shropshire but we plan to bring the fizz,” said Hannah and Naomi, from Peterborough. “It is a wonderful idea for an event and we know the audiences have loved the music in the past two years.”
Proms and Prosecco in the Park combines a diverse programme of live music with a stirring Last Night of the Proms finale, which will see Hannah and Naomi on stage with West End star Jon Moses, Grazia Strings and more to close the show with Proms’ standards Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.
Naomi said: “Proms and Prosecco is much more than just classical music. We are influenced by everything from pure pop to the classical music standards and we love to perform for a crossover audience.
‘We are really looking forward to singing for the Proms and Prosecco in the Park, it will be our first time performing for Fizz Festivals and will be a fun evening of music and Proms. We haven’t performed with Jon before, but it’s always lovely to meet and perform with other musicians!”
Proms and Prosecco in the Park events are hosted by Newport-based Fizz Festivals. Organiser, Esther Wright said: “We’re excited to have secured Classical Reflection alongside Jon Moses for this year’s event.
“Proms and Prosecco in the Park events are aimed at audiences who love high quality live music and want to be thoroughly entertained by a diverse range of acclaimed artists.
“Audience members are encouraged to bring a picnic, table and chairs and to enjoy a glass of champagne, or craft beers and ciders. The music is spectacular, mixing top classical musicians with the best talent from West End musicals, choral groups and classic pop – all topped off with a glorious proms finale including rousing renditions of standards such as Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory and lots of flag waving!”
Tickets include six hours of live music, a free glass of Aperol Spritz (over 18s only), free parking and activities for children, with free entry for children aged under-10.
To buy tickets, see www.fizzfestivals.com
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