British singer and songwriter Sarah Brightman is on a large-scale world tour in support of her latest album, “The Hymn”. As her 15th full-length album, Brightman has a spiritual theme as this album features songs based on carefully arranged and chorus.

Sarah Brightman and her world tour

This tour will shine not only because of her talents but also because of her collaboration with Swarovski. They are in charge of making her costumes and headwear dazzling!

Her voice flew from theaters, arenas, cathedrals, World Heritage Centres, and Olympic Stadiums around the world. This made her one of the best-selling British artists of all time. Her career began in the 1970s when as a part of Hot Gossip and as a solo artist. She mainly released disco records, and then gained international popularity in the Phantom of the Opera with her most famous role to date, Christine Daae.

Announcements

On August 6, 2018, Brightman announced that she would return to the South American continent after five years. Her publicity journey was a hymn: Sarah Brightman concert. The tour includes dates in Brazil, Chile, and Argentina in November and December. Buenos Aires, after high demand, got a second date.

On September 17, with the official release of the album Hymn, the North American tour schedule was also announced. According to reports, the tour will include 125 performances across five continents, making Brightman the largest tour in his career. To promote her world tour, Brightman collaborated with Swarovski to make exquisite costumes and headwear for the show’s wardrobe.

About

Hymn: Sarah Brightman In Concert is the sixth studio album. This is her tenth tour. It is embarked by the British soprano singer to support her album Hymn (2018). The tour began on November 24, 2018, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and will continue until 2021. In an interview with Billboard, Brightman revealed that the show will be larger than the Dreamcatcher World Tour and will include a choir and live orchestra.

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