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Hear pure angelic voices of Classical Reflection

Mercury What's On 27-05-15
Mercury What's On 27-05-15

The pure angelic voices of identical twins Naomi and Hannah Moxon can be heard at two intimate concerts on consecutive nights in their hometown of Peterborough.

The classical crossover soprano singers from Longthorpe, who perform together as Classical Reflection, appeared in this years' BBC television competition, The Voice.

The aim of blind auditions stage of the competition is to perform so well that the four judges, Ricky Wilson, lead singer with the Kaiser Chiefs; legendary Welsh singer Sir Tom Jones; rapper Will.i.Am and new judge, singer and actress Rita Ora, who sit with their backs to the contestants, turn round and agree to mentor them in their bid to become The Voice of 2015.

At the January auditions the twins were so focused on their performance of Nella Fantasia that they failed to notice Ricky Wilson turn for them.

On Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6 they will perform songs from musicals, classical pieces and opera in their unique angelic style at John Clare Theatre, Broadway, Peterborough. An experience not to be missed!

Tickets are £12 including refreshments, from Stamford Arts Centre: 01780 763203; Peterborough Tourist Information Centre: 01733 452336 and online at www.classicalreflection.co.uk

Classical Reflection were approached by Welsh record label Dischromedia after appearing on The Voice

Their new single, due to be released on June 1, includes Bring Him Home from Les Miserable and A New Day Is Dawning written especially for the girls by the brilliant composer and songwriter, Christopher Broom. The music video for A New Day is Dawning was filmed in Stamford and the single will be available for purchase at the concerts or as a download from ITunes or Amazon.

Naomi and Hannah from Longthorpe both passed their driving tests on the same day and enjoy listening to music by Jackie Evancho, Il Divo and Josh Groban.

To find out more about the girls and to hear music by Classical Reflection, visit https://www.facebook.com/classicaltwins; https://twitter.com/classicaltwins; https://www.youtube.com/user/classicaltwins


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