Katherine Jenkins - O Come All Ye Faithful

Listen to Katherine Jenkins divine opera voice sing Christmas classic backed by her Church congregation

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Katherine Jenkins Concerts Opera Music

Katherine Jenkins Tour for November - December 2007

Viva La Diva - Manchester Lowry

Viva La Diva - Manchester Lowry

Viva La Diva - Manchester Lowry

Viva La Diva - Brighton Centre

Viva La Diva - Cardiff Arena

Viva La Diva - Bristol Colston Hall

Viva La Diva - Bournemouth IC

Viva La Diva - Bournemouth IC

Viva La Diva - London Hammersmith Apollo

Viva La Diva - London Hammersmith Apollo

Viva La Diva - London Hammersmith Apollo

Viva La Diva - Birmingham Symphony Hall

Viva La Diva - Birmingham Symphony Hall

Viva La Diva - Birmingham Symphony Hall

Viva La Diva - Nottingham Royal Centre

Viva La Diva - Glasgow SECC

Viva La Diva - The Sage Gateshead

Katherine Jenkins Singing Opera, Concert Tours for November - December 2007

Katherine Jenkins Opera Cd Album Second Nature

Katherine Jenkins Opera Cd Album Second Nature in 2004

01 Time To Say Goodbye
02 Caruso
03 Va pensiero
04 House of No Regrets
05 O sole mio
06 En Aranjuez con tu amor
07 Seguidilla
08 Song to the Moon
09 Vide cor meum
10 Calon Lan
11 Hymn to the Fallen
13 Laudate Dominum
14 O Holy Night
15 You'll Never Walk Alone

Katherine Jenkins Opera Album Premiere

Katherine Jenkins album Premiere in 2004

01 Questo E Per Te
02 The Ash Grove
03 Ave Maria
04 Bailero
05 The Lord Is My Shepherd
06 Ar Lan Y Mor
07 Sweetest Love
08 Habanera
09 Cymru Fach
10 Caro Mio Ben
11 Lascia Ch'io Pianga
12 Miserere
13 Absence
14 Cwm Rhondda

Katherine Jenkins biography and photos

Katherine Jenkins was born on 29 June 1980 in Neath, Wales and she is a mezzo-soprano.

At the age of 17 she won a scholarship to London's Royal Academy of Music where she graduated with Honours. After she was voted The Face of Wales by the Welsh public she supplemented her grant by modelling.

During 2003 she sang at a special Mass honouring the Pope's Silver Jubilee at Westminster Cathedral and a month later made her international debut at the Sydney Opera House as the special guest on the 'Max Boyce Down Under' show. This show was aired on BBC Wales on the eve of the Wales vs. New Zealand game and achieved a 40% share of viewing figures. Katherine then supported Aled Jones on his 2003 UK tour - another former Welsh chorister.

During the Rugby World Cup the 23-year-old rugby fan was the official Welsh team mascot and recorded the Welsh Rugby Team's Official Song

During 2004 Katherine went on tour as a special guest with Hayley Westenra. In May she was the first singer ever to perform both at the FA Cup Final and the Powergen Challenge Cup Final (Rugby League) in the same year. Both events took place in the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. This was closely followed by an appearance at the Classical Brits 2004 which was broadcast on ITV1. Another tour as special guest on the Amici Forever eighteen-date UK tour during June followed and she gave many other open-air classical concerts throughout the summer including dates supporting Bryan Ferry and Cliff Richard.

Katherine embarked on a series of tour dates last Autumn: opening the newly built Riverfront Theatre in Newport in a concert conducted by Carl Davis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, performing at the MEN Manchester, the new Wales Millenium Centre where she again teamed up with Max Boyce as his special guest, and the Royal Albert Hall for the Sargent Cancer Care concert.

With the release of her second album 'Second Nature' on 18th October 2004, just seven months after her first ever recording, Katherine has gone one better. Not only has she become the first mezzo-soprano to break into the pop chart in the top 20, she has also become the first artist to score two number ones in the classical chart in the same year and became the biggest selling classical artist in the UK.At the age of 23, she signed the largest record deal in United Kingdom classical recording history, with an undisclosed seven-figure deal.

2005 so far has seen Katherine performing alongside Eric Clapton, Jools Holland and the Manic Street Preachers, to name but a few, at the Tsunami Relief Concert which was held at the Millennium Stadium at the end of January.

Jenkins' album "Second Nature" was named the Album of the Year at the 2005 Classical Brit Awards on May 25, 2005. This award is chosen by listeners of Classic FM.

source: welshpedia

Katherine Jenkins with Andrea Bocelli singing Opera

Katherine Jenkins singing opera with Andrea Bocelli, opera song "Con Te Partiro"