The world’s most successful and best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman debut’s her title track, “Hymn” today via Parade

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(October 18, 2018—New York, NY) The world’s most successful and best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman debut’s her title track, “Hymn” today via Parade.
Sarah said of the track, “Many years ago I was driving up the highway in Carmel and I put a cassette in the tape player, and the first song that came on was ‘HYMN.’ I remembered the song from the seventies and it’s a beautiful song. I’m really looking forward to letting it go and having its wings for everyone to hear.”
Sarah’s much anticipated fifteenth full-length album, HYMN, will be released on November 9, 2018 (Decca Gold/ Universal Music Group). This marks the multi-platinum, GRAMMY® award-nominated, classical crossover pioneer’s first new studio recording since she released the international chart-topper Dreamchaser in 2013. Check out the full tracklisting below.
In addition to her new album, Sarah Brightman recently announced her world tour, HYMN: Sarah Brightman In Concert, which will begin in South America in November 2018 and include 125 shows across five continents throughout 2019. The North American dates of the tour, produced by Live Nation, will kick off in January 2019 and tickets are on sale now HERE. Additional tour dates to be announced in the coming months. See the announced tour routing below.
  1. Hymn Overture
  2. Hymn
  3. Sogni featuring Vincent Niclo
  4. Sky And Sand
  5. Canto Per Noi
  6. Fly To Paradise featuring Eric Whitacre Singers
  7. Gia Nel Seno (La Storia Di Lucrezia)
  8. Follow Me
  9. You
  10. Better Is One Day
  11. Tu Che M’hai Preso IL Cuor
  12. Miracle featuring Yoshiki
  13. Time To Say Goodbye
South America, Mexico and Puerto Rico:
Nov. 24            São Paolo, Brazil                     Espaco das Americas
Nov. 25            São Paolo, Brazil                     Espaco das Americas
Nov. 27            Brasília, Brazil                         Ulysses Guimarães Convention Center
Nov. 29            Rio de Janeiro, Brazil              Vivo Rio
Dec. 1              Curitiba, Brazil                        Teatro Guaira
Dec. 4              Lima, Peru                               Gran Teatro Nacional
Dec. 6              Montevideo, Uruguay             Antel Arena
Dec. 8              Buenos Aires, Argentina         Teatro Colon
Dec. 10            Buenos Aires, Argentina         Teatro Colon
Jan. 17             San Juan, Puerto Rico             Coliseo de Puerto Rico
Jan. 19             Monterrey, Mexico                 Arena Monterrey
Jan. 22             Guadalajara, Mexico               Auditorio Telmex
Jan. 24             Puebla, Mexico                       Auditorio Metropolitano
Jan. 26             Mexico City, Mexico               Arena Ciudad de Mexico
North America:
Jan. 30             Baltimore, MD                        Hippodrome Theatre
Feb. 1              Mashantucket, CT                   Foxwoods Resort Casino
Feb. 2              Atlantic City, NJ                       Tropicana AC
Feb. 3              Philadelphia, PA                      The Met Philadelphia
Feb. 5              Washington, DC                      DAR Constitution Hall
Feb. 6              New York, NY                          Radio City Music Hall
Feb. 7              Boston, MA                             Orpheum Theatre
Feb. 9              Montreal, QC                          Place Bell
Feb. 10            Toronto, ON                            Sony Center
Feb. 12            Pittsburgh, PA                         Benedum Center for the Performing Arts
Feb. 13            Detroit, MI                              Fox Theatre
Feb. 14            Chicago, IL                               Chicago Theatre
Feb. 16            Greenville, SC                          Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Feb. 17            Atlanta, GA                             Fox Theatre
Feb. 19            St. Petersburg, FL                    Mahaffey Theater
Feb. 20            Hollywood, FL                         Hard Rock Live at The Event Center
Feb. 21            Orlando, FL                             Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Feb. 23            Dallas, TX                                Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House
Feb. 25            Sugar Land, TX                        Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
Feb. 27            Phoenix, AZ                             Comerica Theatre
Mar. 1             San Diego, CA                          Viejas Arena
Mar. 2             Anaheim, CA                           Honda Center
Mar. 3             Las Vegas, NV                          Smith Center PAC
Mar. 5             Denver, CO                              Paramount Theatre
Mar. 7             Salt Lake City, UT                    Abravenal Hall
Mar. 9             San Francisco, CA                    The Masonic
Mar. 10           Los Angeles, CA                       Dolby Theatre
Mar. 13           San Jose, CA                            City National Civic
Mar. 15           Portland, OR                           Keller Auditorium
Mar. 16           Seattle, WA                             Paramount Theatre
Mar. 18           Vancouver, BC                        Queen Elizabeth Theatre
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