Live At Cadogan Hall
Carly has performed at some of the world's great venues including Carnegie Hall and The Forum in Rome and is the rising star of the classical crossover world.
Earlier in 2018 she headlined her debut British show at London's prestigious Cadogan Hall, backed by the 65 piece Abiah Orchestra, conducted by Grammy award winner Steven Mercurio.
The album features live renditions of songs from Carly's debut album 'Singing My Dreams' - including Jason Robert Brown's 'Music of Heaven', 'Still Dream' (Desplat/Lindsay-Abaire), 'Where Or When' (Rodgers & Hart) and Se Tu Fossi (with additional lyrics by Carly) - as well as a selection of songs from across the musical spectrum. Dvorák's 'Song To The Moon' from Rusalka, and 'Nella Fantasia' sit alongside two medleys - 'La Ville de L'Amour' (inspired by Paris) and 'True Love's Kiss' (songs from Disney movies) with the concert closer, a gorgeous version of 'Over The Rainbow'.
Guests on the album include world renowned flautist Andrea Griminelli, the and the winners of the BBC's Songs of Praise Choir of the Year 2016, Tring Park 16.
Classic FM's David Mellor to write a glowing 4 star review of the concert in the Mail on Sunday under the headline 'Nobody does it better', and You Magazine stated "The World really is hers for the taking"
The bonus track on the album is a new studio recording 'Liberty'. Written by Grammy winning songwriter Walter Afanasieff, and featuring The London Symphony Orchestra and The Invictus Games Choir. Proceeds from the song will go to Help for Heroes.
- Music of Heaven
- Still Dream
- Se tu fossi (Cinema Paradiso)
- I' te vurria vas...
- La ville de l'amour
- Mes¡cku na nebi hlubokm
- Someone Like You (From "Jekyll & Hyde")
- True Love's Kiss
- Nella Fantasia
- Where or When
- Over the Rainbow
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