Solo Concerts & Tours

Japan, February 1994

Japan Feb 1994

Rossini: IL Barbiere Di Siviglia – Orchestra
Donizetti: Lucia Di Lammermoor “Regnava Nel Silenzio”
Mozart: Exsultate, Jubilate O Vos Animae Beate K.165 “Alleluja”
Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana “Intermezzo” – Orchestra
Puccini: Gianni Schicchi “O Mio Babbino Caro”
Catalani: La Wally “Ebbeb?..Ne Andor Lontana”
Bizet: Carmen “Entr’acte” – Orchestra
Charpentier: Louise “Depuis Le Jour”
Delibes : “Les Filles de Cadix” (Chanson Espagnole)



Gershwin: Porgy And Bess Suite – Orchestra
Gershwin: Porgy And Bess “Summertime”
Bernstein: West Side Story (Selection)
Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Phantom of the Opera “Overture” – Orchestra
Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Phantom of the Opera “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again”
Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Phantom of the Opera “The Music Of The Night”
Andrew Lloyd Webber: Cats “Jellicle Ball” – Orchestra
Andrew Lloyd Webber: Evita “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina”

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Japan June 1994 Concert

Japan June 1994
Act 1

Rossini: IL Barbiere Di Siviglia – Orchestra
Donizetti: Lucia Di Lammermoor “Regnava Nel Silenzio”
Mozart: Exsultate, Jubilate O Vos Animae Beate K.165 “Alleluja”
Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana “Intermezzo” – Orchestra
Puccini: Gianni Schicchi “O Mio Babbino Caro”
Catalani: La Wally “Ebbeb?..Ne Andor Lontana”
Bizet: Carmen “Entr’acte” – Orchestra
Charpentier: Louise “Depuis Le Jour”
Delibes : “Les Filles de Cadix” (Chanson Espagnole)

Act 2

Gershwin: Porgy And Bess Suite – Orchestra
Gershwin: Porgy And Bess “Summertime”
Bernstein: West Side Story (Selection)
Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Phantom of the Opera “Overture” – Orchestra
Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Phantom of the Opera “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again”
Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Phantom of the Opera “The Music Of The Night”
Andrew Lloyd Webber: Cats “Jellicle Ball” – Orchestra
Andrew Lloyd Webber: Evita “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina”

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Timeless Concert Programme

Act 1
Capriccio Espagnol Scena e Canto Gitano – Fandango Asturiano
(Orchestra) Rimsky – Korsakov
Baïlero – Songs of the Auvergne (Sarah) Cantaloube
Les Filles de Cadiz – Chanson Espagnol (Sarah) Delibes
Agnus Dei (Adagio for Strings) (Orch/Choir) Barber
Gianni Schicchi – 0 Mio Babbino Caro (Sarah) Puccini
Peer Gynt Suite (Orchestra) – Greig
Solvejgs Song (Sarah) – Grieg
Porgy & Bess Summertime (Sarah) – Gershwin
Requiem Sanctus – (Orch/Choir) Faure
Requiem Pie Jesu – (Sarah/Orch/Choir) Lloyd Webber

 I n t e r v a l

Act 2
West Side Story, Symphonic Dances, Prologue, Scherzo, Mambo, Cha Cha, (Orch) Berstein
Somewhere, Suite No: 2, 1 Feel Pretty, Jet Song, America, Tonight, (Sarah)
Concierto de Aranjuez, (Arranged from slow movement), (Orch) Rodrigo
Tú Quieres Volver, (Sarah/Orch/Choir), Gypsy Kings
Who Wants to Live Forever (Sarah) Brian May
Phantom of the Opera Overture, Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again, The Music of the Night (Sarah) Lloyd Webber

Tour Dates  Concert Dates from Jos Van Geffen’s Site

Performing with The English National Orchestra

5th Sept. – Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre
8th Sept. – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
11th Sept. – Birmingham Symphony Hall
13th Sept. – Cardiff Arena
16th Sept. – Brighton Centre
19th Sept. – Bournemouth International Centre
21st Sept. – Moved to 5th Oct.
24th Sept. – London Royal Albert Hall
27th Sept. – Manchester Apollo Theatre
30th Sept. – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
5th Oct. – Southampton Mayflower Theatre

12th Oct. – Cologne
16th Oct. – Frankfurt
22nd Oct. – Munich
27th Oct. – Berlin
29th Oct. – Hamburg

Programme info on Sarah

Sarah Brightman made her theatre debut at at the age of thirteen in “Albert and I” directed by John Schlesinger. At sixteen she was a member of the dance group “Pans People”, and at eighteen joined the dance group “Hot Gossip”.

Sarah was a member of the original cast of “Cats” and then premiered Charles Strauss opera “The Nightingale” at the Buxton festival. She then premiered Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Requiem” with Placido Domingo and Lorin Maazel in New York and London for which she received a Grammy nomination as “Best New Classical Artist”. She then performed the role of Valencienne in “The Merry Widow” for the New Saddlers Wells Opera.

Sarah created the role of Christine in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of The Opera”. She premiered the role on Broadway and was nominated for a Drama Desk Award. In 1990 she performed the part of Rose in “Aspects of Love” in London, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. From 1992 she performed the name roles in the plays “Trelawney of the Wells”, “Relative Values”, “Dangerous Obsession” and “The Innocents” both in repertory and the West End.

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 One Night in Eden

One Night in Eden prog

In Paradisum
So Many Things
Who Wants To Live Forever
Anytime, Anywhere
Lascia Ch`Io Pianga
Nella Fantasia
Nessum Dorma


Dive / Captain Nemo
La Mer
Il Mio Cuore Va
First Of May
Phantom Suite: Twisted Every Day – Overture – Little Lottie
Whishing You Where Somehow Here Again
Music Of The Night


Deliver Me
Time To Say Goodbye

Concert Dates from Jos Van Geffen’s Site

South Africa — 1999
13 March 1999 Sun City SuperBowl
14 March 1999 Sun City SuperBowl
17 March 1999 Cape Town Velodrome
20 March 1999 Johannesburg Gallagher Estate

Europe — 1999
27 March 1999 Campione ?
29 March 1999 Milano ?
31 March 1999 Lissabon Atlantico
01 April 1999 Porto Coliseum
04 April 1999 Nürnberg Meistersingerhalle
05 April 1999 München *) Philharmonie Cancelled
06 April 1999 Zürich Kongresshaus
09 April 1999 Wien Konzerthaus
11 April 1999 Leipzig Gewandhaus
12 April 1999 Berlin Friedrichstadtpalast
14 April 1999 Hannover Kuppel
15 April 1999 Dresden Kulturpalast
17 April 1999 Brussel Palais des Beaux Arts
19 April 1999 Den Haag Cancelled! — see 22 May
20 April 1999 Frankfurt/M. Alte Oper
22 April 1999 Bonn Beethovenhalle
23 April 1999 Stuttgart KKL Liederhalle
25 April 1999 Halle G.-F.-Händel-Halle
26 April 1999 Rostock Stadthalle
28 April 1999 Copenhagen Forum
30 April 1999 Aalborg Aalborghallen
01 May 1999 Oslo Spektrum
02 May 1999 Stockholm Globe Arena
04 May 1999 Helsinki Ice Hall
06 May 1999 Tallinn Linne Hall
08 May 1999 Füssen Arena
09 May 1999 Baden-Baden Festspielhaus
10 May 1999 Ulm Donauhalle
12 May 1999 Monaco *) ?
13 May 1999 London Royal Festival Hall
I went to this concert
14 May 1999 Birmingham Symphony Hall
17 May 1999 Belfast Waterfront Theatre
18 May 1999 Dublin Point Theatre
19 May 1999 Dublin Point Theatre
20 May 1999 Dublin *) Point Theatre
22 May 1999 Den Haag *) Congresgebouw
30 May 1999 London *) Royal Albert Hall

Programme biography on Sarah

She was not like other children. She didn’t want any spare time, no afternoons off. When Sarah Brightman came home from school she went to ballet lessons, every day, till eight in the evening. After that she went to bed. She got up really early in the morning to do her homework before school and at the weekends she took part in competitions. Sarah Brightman was a child that always knew what she wanted:

She wanted to become a famous artist.

Sarah Brightman is not an artist like many others. Her voice has inspired millions of people. Her music is global, mighty, boundless. Her explanation for this success is, not surprisingly, brief: “I work hard”. The child’s steadfastness marked the adolescent’s way. At the age of twelve she gave her first stage performance in a John Schlesinger theatre production, at fourteen she began singing and aged eighteen she scored her first big hit with the dance pop formation HOT GOSSIP. Two years later she had had enough of quick success and started looking for new challenges.

She went to an audition for London’s premier staging of CATS. She got the part. And its originator. She married Andrew Lloyd Webber and embarked on a classical career under his direction, sang with Placido Domingo in Webber’s REQUIEM and became the much-celebrated star in the Webber musical PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. Envious people, critics and the media distrusted her success. After all, she was Andrew Lloyd Webber’s wife. That makes it pretty easy to claim that she was merely a mirror-image of his fame. “I had a hard time in this marriage; no matter how well I performed, they never judged me by my achievement”.

When the marriage split up, it was time to start a new life. She turned her back on her birthplace and moved to the United States with the clear aim of making and producing her own records. Here she met Frank Peterson, an ingenious producer and highly creative partner, with whom she has been working ever since. The co-operation resulted in the release of her first solo album, DIVE, followed by TIMELESS in 1997, a worldwide success with over 2.5 million copies sold. She continued working on her classical career and was soon moving in both worlds.

Sarah Brightman interprets big opera arias on her album with just as much grace and self-confidence as she does in timeless pop hymns. Magnificent live performances accompany her on her distinctive way. She sang FRIENDS FOR LIFE with Jose Carreras, the theme song at the Olympic Games in Barcelona, she thrilled German TV audiences with her hits for the boxer Henry Maske, QUESTION OF HONOR and especially the duet with Andrea Bocelli TIME TO SAY GOODBYE, both of which have become worldwide hits and milestones in the history of music. The single TIME TO SAY GOODBYE sold more than 10 million copies worldwide (a massive 2.75 million in Germany alone) and made Sarah Brightman’s work and creative personality famous around the world.

In her opinion, the diversity of her abilities is a nature-given fact that goes without saying. She grew up with manifold different influences. Being bombarded with her parents’ 60’s rock music was perfectly normal for her and her brothers and sisters and in her dancing lessons she did pirouettes to Tchaikovsky and Puccini. She still listens to all kinds of music and speak of Massive Attack with as much respect as for Italian classics. “Good music is simply good music, regardless which category it comes from”

Music is a heart felt matter for her, so too with her own music. “I sing music that I love. If I become dishonest, it doesn’t work anymore. You have to express your innermost feelings. The audience knows when it’s being cheated”.

The title of Sarah Brightman’s new album is EDEN. At the start of a new record there’s always a feeling, an emotion, she says, that turns out to be the leitmotiv and makes every record into a story, with a beginning, a middle part and an end.

EDEN is her story. “I’ve gone back to my roots which are probably of Celtic origin, branching out to England, France, Spain and so many different places. The album is very mystical and spiritual, that was the underlying feeling right from the start. I want it to take people on a trip to another world.”

EDEN is an universe of sound, typical of Sarah Brightman. A story full of pictures and emotions interlaced with passion and musical highlights, such as her interpretation of Puccini’s hit “Nessum Dorma”, the Kansas classic “Dust In The Wind” or her vocal version of an instrumental from the soundtrack of “The English Patient”. A musical journey into different countries and languages, because she wants her versions of famous and yet to be discovered melodies to always retain the original character of the piece. Nothing is as important for Sarah Brightman as the truth of art.

And certainly not herself. “My voice is a gift for which I am very thankful. But I’m just an ordinary human being, I have both feet firmly on the ground. I have certain talents and it’s my duty to make the best of them. That’s all. When I go on stage I always feel really small. I hate this fuss about stardom.

When she wants to get away she visits her family in Spain. Her mother moved there to escape from the cold English weather and this is where Sarah Brightman finds some peace of mind in between constant travelling. Here she can caress her nephews and nieces and enjoy family life without even a trace of melancholy.

Her job is her vocation and her creativity her joy of life. The top is just the beginning of Sarah Brightman’s career. There are still so many other things she wants to do. “I want to write a novel, I want to compose music – modern and classical music. But first I have to get to the bottom of things and there’s still so much I want to learn. I can’t imagine not being busy”.

Eden Interview

Q Are you enjoying what you’re doing at the moment?
SB: I have to say I’m really enjoying what I’m doing at the moment, I can experiment and do different things. You get to a point in life when maybe no one will like this or no one will buy it. But I’m enjoying it so that’s what I’m up to.

Q When we first played EDEN- a lot of people didn’t know that it was you. Was that the intention?
SB: No, not at all. If you’re talking about EDEN the single, it’s quite a minimalistic piece and to suddenly sing it “full-on” isn’t really the intention. It was recorded pretty fast and that was how it came out.

Q: Your last single TIME TO SAY GOODBYE sold ten million copies worldwide and was the biggest selling single in Germany ever, are you tied to any specific I formula?
SB: No, I do what I want to do and I think it drives body crazy! Something like TIME TO SAY GOODBYE comes along and everyone said that the next few singles should be in that vein, and I went “No”. I don’t want to do that because I think that especially with that particular piece it was one-off, one of those “Evergreens”, one of those songs that go on for a long time, such a special piece. Those sort of song don’t come along very often, you can search for years to find another one. So I just thought I’d do something that I really enjoy, and go where my instincts send me.

Q: So you don’t record songs to say right this is going to be a hit single, or this is going to be an album track, you just record them because you like them?
SB: No because when you start doing it that way it doesn’t work out. It’s funny with the public, there’s sort of a subconscious thing in them that knows when something is in a way real or not. They kind of know if you’re playing at something or if it’s for real. I often think that people do underestimate the public with music.

Q: There are lots of different styles on the album. Is this your “Joshua Tree”? The one by which you would like everyone to know you?
SB: Not particularly, but out of all the albums I’ve made this is the only one I can sit down and enjoy listening to. The others have been great, but once I’ve done them I can put them aside and let them get on with their thing, it might be great, it might not. I had a lot of time to prepare this one, without lots of people saying you should do this or do that. I kind of find direction in my music life and it’s quite personal. Myself and my producer pick the pieces very carefully and have a lot of fun doing it

Q: You sing a lot but you don’t write a lot, do you?
SB: I will be writing a lot, I love writing, I have a lot of music in my head at the moment. I think the next album of this type I will probably write all of it. Pm desperate to do it, it’s just finding the time to do it. I think after my tour this year I’ll hopefully have some time to do it.

Q: When you very first started, before the Starship Trooper fell in love with you, you were dancing, weren’t you, not necessarily singing. Did you always know that you end up on stage?
SB: I think so. I was singing at three, I knew I had a voice at a very early age, it seemed a natural thing for me to do. I didn’t have a vision or anything like that, I knew it was just meant to be, when I went on stage or into a recording studio I felt like I was there where I should be.

Q: Was there a particular point after Pans People and Hot Gossip when you thought “Right, my voice is my instrument -this is what I’m going to do?”.
SB: That probably didn’t really happen until I was nineteen when I decided to find myself a classical teacher and really buckle down to do that and study it properly. I loved it, I really enjoyed it. I did know a fair amount about classical music because I danced to it as a child, but there were a lot of things I didn’t know and I was lucky to have a teacher who introduced me to all sorts of different things.

Q: I suppose your first big hit really was “Pie Jesu” in the classical genre.
SB: Yes it was, although classical singles don’t normally hit the single charts.

Q: You didn’t have a twelve inch remix you see, to boost sales!
SB: No!

Q How do you choose the tracks for each album?
SB: For this particular one I started with a blank canvas so I wasn’t quite sure what was going to happen. I wanted something that was quite peaceful, something that was spiritual, something that people could relax to and I started really from that. One of the beginning pieces called IN PARADISUM sort of started everything off. My grandmother had died about a year and a half before and five days after she died I went to her house and my mum was there, and she said “Why don’t you go upstairs and there should be some jewellery which you might want or not want. I’m sure she would like you to have something. I went upstairs and found her passport, and I looked into her passport and it said her date of birth and that she was born in Bombay, and I knew that she had spent a lot of time in India and that my great-grandmother was born there, too. It suddenly gave me the thought of the kind of culture that she had been brought up in and then came to England, and even though she was English it was a completely different culture that she had to deal with. To bring together musically things like sitars and choirboy voices and orchestra, mixing the two cultures together was really how it all started.

Special Thanks to Richard Allinson of Radio 2 / United

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La Luna

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La Luna Concert 2000
01 La Lune
02 Winter In July
03 Scarborough Fair
04 Who Wants To Live Forever
05 Hijo De La Luna
06 Figlio Perduto
07 La Luna
08 La Califfa
09 Pie Jesu
10 Nessun Dorma
11 Siren
12 A Whiter Shade Of Pale
13 Deliver Me
14 He Doesn’t See Me
15 There For Me*
16 First Of May*
17 Twisted Every Way | Phantom Overture
18 Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
19 All I Ask Of You
20 Music Of The Night
Encore – A Question of Honour

Encore – Moon River
Encore – Time To Say Goodbye

Programme subject to change

La Luna Concert 2001

01 La Lune
02 Winter In July
03 Scarborough Fair
04 Who Wants To Live Forever
05 Hijo De La Luna
06 Figlio Perduto
07 La Luna
08 La Califfa
09 Pie Jesu
10 Nessun Dorma
11 Siren
12 Deliver Me
13 He Doesn’t See Me
14 A Whiter Shade Of Pale
15 First Of May
16 Twisted Every Way | Phantom Overture
17 Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
18 Time To Say Goodbye

Encore – A Question of Honour
Encore – Moon River

Programme subject to change

*Not performed on 2000 Tour.
Encores added by ed.
Norm of

Tour Dates

South America
20 August 2000 Brazil *) São Paulo Ibirapuera Park
21 August 2000 Brazil *) São Paulo Via Funchal
23 August 2000 Brazil *) Rio de Janeiro A.T.L. Hall

North America
15 September 2000 Canada Ottawa, ON Corel Centre
16 September 2000 Canada Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
18 September 2000 Canada Montreal, PQ Molson Centre
19 September 2000 USA Portland, ME *) Cumberland County Civic Center
19 September 2000 USA Rochester, NY *) Auditorium Centre
22 September 2000 USA New York, NY Theatre at Madison Square Garden
23 September 2000 USA Atlantic City, NJ Mark G. Etess Arena
24 September 2000 USA Wallingford, CT *) Oakdale Theater
26 September 2000 USA Providence, RI *) PAC
26 September 2000 USA Lowell, MA *) Memorial Auditorium
27 September 2000 USA Philadelphia, PA *) Mann Center
29 September 2000 USA Washington, DC Patriot Center
30 September 2000 USA Greenville, SC Bi-Lo Center
01 October 2000 USA Norfolk, VA Scope Arena
04 October 2000 USA Ft. Lauderdale, FL Nat. Car Rental Arena
05 October 2000 USA Tampa, FL Ice Palace
06 October 2000 USA Atlanta, GA Civic Center Theater
08 October 2000 USA New Orleans, LA Saenger Theatre
09 October 2000 USA Dallas, TX Smirnoff Music Center
10 October 2000 USA Houston, TX Aerial Theatre
13 October 2000 USA Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena
14 October 2000 USA Aubrun Hills, MI Palace Of Aubrun Hills
15 October 2000 USA Cleveland, OH Gund Arena
17 October 2000 USA St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
20 October 2000 USA Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand
21 October 2000 USA Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl
22 October 2000 USA San Diego, CA SDSU Open Air Theatre
24 October 2000 USA Los Angeles, CA *) Universal Amphitheatre
25 October 2000 USA Los Angeles, CA *) Universal Amphitheatre
26 October 2000 USA Sacramento, CA Arco Arena
27 October 2000 USA San Jose, CA San Jose Arena
29 October 2000 USA Seattle, WA *) Key Arena
30 October 2000 USA Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
01 November 2000 USA Spokane, WA Star Theatre at Spokane Arena
02 November 2000 Canada Vancouver, BC GM Place
04 November 2000 Canada Edmonton, AB Skyreach Center
06 November 2000 Canada Calgary, AB Saddledome
07 November 2000 USA Salt Lake City, UT *) Delta Center
08 November 2000 USA Denver, CO Magness Arena
11 November 2000 USA Chicago, IL Arie Crown Theatre
12 November 2000 USA St. Louis, MO Fox Theatre
13 November 2000 USA Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
15 November 2000 USA Milwaukee, WI *) Riverside Theatre
16 November 2000 USA Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse

Europe — autumn 2000
21 November 2000 Norway Oslo Oslo Spektrum
22 November 2000 Sweden Stockholm Globen
24 November 2000 Sweden Borlänge *) Kuppolen
25 November 2000 Sweden Göteborg Scandinavium
26 November 2000 Denmark Copenhagen Forum
27 November 2000 Denmark Ålborg Ålborghal
30 November 2000 Estonia Tallinn *) Linnhall
02 December 2000 Finland Tampere *) Ice Hall (Sporthall)
03 December 2000 Netherlands Rotterdam *) Ahoy’
06 December 2000 Switserland Zürich Hallenstadion
07 December 2000 Germany Mannheim Mozartsaal
08 December 2000 Germany Düsseldorf Philipshalle
10 December 2000 Germany München Olympiahalle
12 December 2000 Austria Wien Stadthalle
14 December 2000 Germany Berlin ICC, Saal 1
16 December 2000 Poland Warsaw Grand Theatre
19 December 2000 Russia St. Petersburg *) Octlabrsky
22 December 2000 Russia Moscow *) Kremi

Asia — 2001 — 1st part
03 February 2001 Taiwan Taipei TICC
04 February 2001 Taiwan Taipei TICC
07 February 2001 Japan Tokyo NHK Hall
08 February 2001 Japan Tokyo NHK Hall
10 February 2001 South Korea Pusan KBS Hall
11 February 2001 Pusan South Korea KBS Hall
13 February 2001 South Korea Seoul Sejong Cultural Centre
14 February 2001 South Korea Seoul Sejong Cultural Centre
18 February 2001 China Guangzhou Tianhe Gymnasium
19 February 2001 China Guangzhou Tianhe Gymnasium
20 February 2001 China Shanghai Shanghai Gymnasium
22 February 2001 China Beijing Peoples Great Hall
23 February 2001 China Beijing Peoples Great Hall

North America — March/April 2001
03 March 2001 USA Las Vegas, NV Aladdin Theatre
04 March 2001 USA Fresno, CA Selland Arena
05 March 2001 USA San Francisco, CA Bill Graham Civic Aud.
07 March 2001 USA Boise, ID Bank Of America Center
08 March 2001 USA Salt Lake City, UT Delta Center
10 March 2001 Canada Winnipeg, MB Winnipeg Arena
12 March 2001 USA St. Louis, MO Fox Theatre
13 March 2001 USA Chicago, IL Arie Crown Theater
14 March 2001 USA Madison, WI Alliant Energy Center
16 March 2001 USA East Lansing, MI Breslin Events Center
17 March 2001 USA Detroit, MI Masonic Temple Theatre
18 March 2001 USA Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
20 March 2001 Canada Hamilton, ON Copps Coliseum
21 March 2001 USA Buffalo, NY Shea’s Perf. Arts Ctr.
24 March 2001 USA New York City, NY Radio City Music Hall
26 March 2001 USA Albany, NY Pepsi Arena
27 March 2001 USA Boston, MA FleetCenter
29 March 2001 USA Trenton, NJ Sovereign Bank Arena
30 March 2001 USA Pittsburgh, PA *) Mellon Arena
31 March 2001 USA Cincinnati, OH Cintas Center
02 April 2001 USA Orlando, FL TD Waterhouse Centre
03 April 2001 USA Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Veterans Mem.
04 April 2001 USA Miami, FL American Airlines Arena

Asia — 2001 — 2nd part
24 April 2001 Japan Osaka ??
25 April 2001 Japan Tokyo ??
26 April 2001 Japan Tokyo ??

Europe — May 2001

04 May 2001 Ireland Belfast Odyssey Arena
05 May 2001 Ireland Dublin Point Arena
10 May 2001 U.K. London *) Royal Albert Hall

Programme Biography on Sarah

Sarah Brightman has gone where no woman has gone before – to the top of the international pop, classical and crossover worlds. But even she remains as down-to-earth as anyone when it comes to the mysteries of the moon, the inspiration for her latest, stunning recording, LA LUNA. In five different languages, Brightman’s crystalline soprano graces an incomparable mix of classical and pop music ranging from Rachmaninov, Beethoven, Handel and Dvorak to a live version of the concert favorite “First of May” by the Bee Gees, the traditional “Scarborough Fair,” and the dark standard, “Gloomy Sunday,” which gives listeners a rare glimpse of the jazzy side of her voice. Other highlights include the first English language recording of “She Does Not See Him”, by top French artist Jean-Jacques Goldmann (whose songs are frequently recorded by Celine Dion); “La Califfa”, by acclaimed film composer Ennio Morricone; the minimalist trip hop ballad “This Love”; the Latin pop of “Hijo De La Luna”, and Brightman’s soaring dance/pop interpretation of “Here With Me”.

On the amazing diversity of her material, Sarah notes, “Being varied is something I do instinctively and naturally. I feel a tremendous sense of accomplishment. Everything is in tune, the voice, the type of music, who I am and who people think I am. I’ve been trying to find my own niche, a style very much my own. At last I’ve found it.”

Brightman first thought of recording a moon-themed album once while she was singing what has become the title track, Dvorak’s “La Luna,” or “Song to the Moon.” She performs it in Italian, explaining that the Latin languages often allow more fluidity than the original if the composer is German or Czech. Although not all the pieces on LA LUNA are as closely related to the moon, Brightman chose those she felt had the right “feeling” for the theme.

“Themes come to me at different times and I don’t always use them at that time”, she explains. “Rusalka’s SONG TO THE MOON by Dvorak was such a magical, mystical piece, it gave me an idea to do an album at some point that would include other songs associated with the moon. There are so many stories and poems and so much folklore about the moon and its’ mysteries. They’re very magical, they’re very romantic, they’re very mystical. It’s a mix of ancients and the modern. It can be something very old and folklorist or it can be something from space travel. In your imagination you can create so much from that particular theme. I just thought it would give me a lot of scope. The barriers wouldn’t be too tight for me when choosing material.”

Also among the folklore-inspired tracks on LA LUNA are Beethoven’s “Figlio Perduto” and “Hijo De La Luna”, by contemporary songwriter J. M. Cano. LA LUNA marks the third Brightman album to feature one of his songs. The legend that inspired it is about a child who was born to a gypsy, but he was actually the son of the moon, born with an albino skin. Brightman drew upon two myths for the Beethoven: a German poem about a lost child who was taken away by evil as well as the folk tale of a poor, young girl who begged for help from the heavens and saw all the stars turn into coins and fall into her apron. Such tales infuse the track with its dark, mysterious mood.

Brightman’s strongest personal connection on LA LUNA is to the Rachmaninov piece, “How Fair This Place”, one of the first songs she sang when she was very young. “The work is one part of a larger song cycle. This particular piece always touched me. It’s about being in a beautiful place. I interpret it as being in a beautiful, empty space with God.”

LUNA has more in common with Brightman’s previous albums, DIVE, TIME TO SAY GOOD BYE and EDEN than just being a themed work. All were produced by Frank Peterson, who co-produced Enigma’s first multi-platinum hit. They all also represent what Brightman wanted to be doing when she left her successful career in musical theatre, where she starred in “Cats” and became virtually synonymous with the role of Christine in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s phenomenon classical dance vibe.

Brightman’s instincts once again proved to be correct when it turned out to be the right move. Peterson was based in Germany where she was still virtually unknown. It was a time of working, experimenting, learning and training. She lived in Italy part of the time and worked with a vocal coach to improve her bel canto style. And it allowed her to return to her roots in classical music. But, as Brightman recalls, it was not without its risks:

“It took a lot of courage to seize control. I literally from one day to the next said no more musical theatre for the time being. I just thought I wasn’t going to be happy unless I moved on. I knew I’d have to take the risk. There were great offers coming in from all over the world and I just sort of had to blank out really and start again. Germany didn’t know me from Adam. They had no idea who I was, they didn’t care and it was great because I had a fresh start. I had to really struggle in another area but it was an area I knew that I should be in and I should be doing because it’s actually what I came from originally before I went into musical theatre. I only went into theatre at first because I was out of work. Sometimes life takes you down those paths”, she adds with a laugh.

Since then, Brightman has recorded an unbroken string of crossover hits. In just the last two years alone, Brightman has sold five million albums worldwide. Her platinum breakthrough, 1997’s, TIME TO SAY GOOD BYE topped the Billboard Classical Crossover chart in the U.S. for a staggering 35 weeks, sold three million copies worldwide and went gold or platinum in 21 countries. The title track, a duet with Andrea Bocelli, sold five million copies worldwide, and stands as the biggest selling single in history in Germany. She followed that up with her 1999 release, EDEN, which hit #1 on Billboard Magazine’s Classical Crossover chart (spending a total of 51 weeks on the chart), is far past gold in the U.S. and has sold two million copies worldwide.

1999 saw her biggest tour yet. The remarkable “One Night In Eden” tour, which included a 60-date, sold-out North American leg, was seen by nearly 200,000 people and garnered rave reviews.

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Act 1

It’s a Beautiful Day
Dust in the Wind
Who Wants to Live Forever
Anytime, Anywhere
Nella Fantasia
Stranger in Paradise
La Luna
Nessum Dorma

Act 2

No One Like You
Arabian Nights
The War is Over
What a Wonderful World
Whiter Shade of Pale
Twisted Every Way
Phantom Overture
Little Lottie
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
Time to Say Goodbye

The Journey Home
A Question of Honour

Sat/Jan-10 Mexico City, Mexico El Palacio de Los Deportes
Tue/Jan-13 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
Wed/Jan-14 Houston, TX Houston Arena
Fri/Jan-16 Sunrise, FL Office Depot Center
Sat/Jan-17 Lakeland, FL The Lakeland Center
Mon/Jan-19 Atlanta, GA Gwinnett Civic Arena
Wed/Jan-21 Philadelphia, PA First Union Center
Fri/Jan-23 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
Sat/Jan-24 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
Sun/Jan-25 University Park, PA Bryce Jordan Center
Tue/Jan-27 Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center
Thu/Jan-29 Washington, D.C. MCI Center
Fri/Jan-30 Atlantic City, NJ Mark G. Etess Arena at Taj Mahal
Sat/Jan-31 Boston, MA FleetCenter
Mon/Feb-02 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Tue/Feb-03 Ottawa, ON Corel Centre
Thu/Feb-05 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Fri/Feb-06 Hamilton, ON Copps Coliseum
Sat/Feb-07 Rochester, NY BlueCross Arena
Mon/Feb-09 Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
Tue/Feb-10 Cleveland, OH Gund Arena
Thu/Feb-12 Moline, IL Mark of The Quad Cities
Fri/Feb-13 St. Louis, MO Savvis Center
Sun/Feb-15 Kansas City, MO Kemper Arena
Wed/Feb-18 Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
Thu/Feb-19 Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
Fri/Feb-20 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
Sun/Feb-22 Winnepeg, MB Winnipeg Arena
Tue/Feb-24 Calgary, AB Pengrowth Saddledome
Wed/Feb-25 Edmonton, AB Skyreach Centre
Fri/Feb-27 Vancouver, BC GM Place
Sun/Feb-29 Seattle, WA Key Arena
Mon/Mar-01 Portland, OR Rose Garden
Tue/Mar-02 Spokane, WA Spokane Arena
Fri/Mar-05 Reno, NV Lawlor Events Center
Sat/Mar-06 Salt Lake City, UT Delta Center
Sun/Mar-07 Denver, CO Magness Arena
Tue/Mar-09 Phoenix, AZ AmericaWest Arena
Wed/Mar-10 San Diego, CA Sports Arena
Sat/Mar-13 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
Sun/Mar-14 Anaheim, CA Arrowhead Pond
Mon/Mar-15 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center
Wed/Mar-17 Sacrameto, CA ARCO Arena
Thu/Mar-18 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion

Asia Spring / Summer 2004
Fri/May-28 Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
Sun/May-30 Beijing Beijing Capital Stadium
Mon/May-31 Beijing Beijing Capital Stadium
Thu/Jun-03 Shanghai Shanghai Grand Stage
Sun/Jun-06 Guangzhou Tianhe Stadium
Tue/Jun-08 Seoul Olympic Gymnasium
Wed/Jun-09 Seoul Olympic Gymnasium
Fri/Jun-11 Sapporo Makomanai Ice Arena
Mon/Jun-14 Tokyo Nihon Budokan
Tue/Jun-15 Nagoya Rainbow Hall
Wed/Jun-16 Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
Fri/Jun-18 Singapore Indoor Stadium
Sun/Jun-20 Kuala Lumpur Stadium Negara
 Mon/Jun-21 Hanoi World Peace Music Awards
Wed/Jun-23 Manila ULTRA Indoor Stadium
 Fri/Jun-25 Taipei Linco Gym
Sat/Jun-26 Taipei Linco Gym
Tue/Jun-29 Perth Burswood Dome
Fri/Jul-02 Sydney Sydney Ent’ment Centre
Sun/Jul-04 Brisbane Brisbane Ent’ment Centre
Tue/Jul-06 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
Thu/Jul-08 Adelaide Adelaide Ent’ment Centre

Europe dates and venues summer of 2004:
Fri Sep 03 Athens Lycabettus Theatre
Sat Sep 04 Athens Lycabettus Theatre
Mon Sep 06 Bucharest Central Square
Wed Sep 08 Budapest Arena
Thu Sep 09 Prague T-Mobile Arena
Sat Sep 11 Vilnius Sportima Arena
Mon Sep 13 Riga Skonto Hall
Wed Sep 15 Moscow Olimpinsky Arena
Fri Sep 17 St Petersburg Ice Arena
Sun Sep 19 Tallinn Saku Suurhall
Tue Sep 21 Helsinki Hartwall Arena
Thu Sep 23 Stockholm Globe
Sat Sep 25 Gothenburg Scandinavium
Sun Sep 26 Oslo Spektrum
Tue Sep 28 Amsterdam Heineken Hall
Wed Sep 29 Amsterdam Heineken Hall
Fri Oct 01 Frankfurt Festhalle
Sat Oct 02 Brussels Forest National
Tue Oct 05 Dublin RDS
Thu Oct 07 London Wembley

Fri, Oct 22 Halifax, NS Halifax Metro Centre
Sun, Oct 24 Quebec City, QC Colisee Pepsi
Mon, Oct 25 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Wed, Oct 27 Worcester, MA Worcester Centrum
Thu, Oct 28 Hershey, PA Giant Center
Sat, Oct 30 Pittsburgh, PA Mellon Arena
Sun, Oct 31 London, ON John Labatt Centre
Mon, Nov 01 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Wed, Nov 03 Wilkes-Barre, PA Wachovia Arena
Thu, Nov 04 East Rutherford, NJ Continental Airlines Arena
Fri, Nov 05 Bridgeport, CT Arena At Harbor Yard
Sat, Nov 06 Atlantic City, NJ Etess Arena at Trump Taj Mahal
Mon, Nov 08 Norfolk, VA ODU Convocation Center
Tue, Nov 09 Greenville, SC Bi-Lo Center
Thu, Nov 11 Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Sports Arena
Fri, Nov 12 Miami, FL American Airlines Center
Sat, Nov 13 Tampa, FL The St. Pete Times Forum
Sun, Nov 14 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
Tue, Nov 16 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
Wed, Nov 17 San Antonio, TX SBC Arena
Sat, Nov 20 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
Sun, Nov 21 Phoenix, AZ America West Arena
Mon, Nov 22 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center

Welcome to Sarah Brightman’s Harem; A musical fantasy becomes a visual feast.

“I wanted to do something with a middle eastern percussive feel to it and as Visual images were always a part of Sarah Brightman’s inspiration for Harem. “I have always been fascinated by the desert the space and feeling of spirituality that the emptiness and huge vaulted skies bring and at the same time/ those magical images of the Arabian Nights with their princesses and palaces.”

Those stories were my favourite reading as a child” says the soprano “and so when I came to start work on this my latest project I. went back to those glorious Technicolor pictures that had remained with me.”

I wanted to do something with a middle eastern percussive feel to it and as I listened to Turkish, Indian and Middle Eastern music especially some of the dance orientated things that are being produced the whole concept of the album and the show began to be clear to me – the idea of parallel worlds of mystery and the faraway lands of legend and myth all lent themselves to what I wanted to create musically – the sensuous dance rhythms the wonderful melodies and fantastic range of instruments and sounds

Sarah Brightman is a musical phenomenon. Her blockbuster albums .Dive, Time to say Goodbye, Eden, La Luna and Classics have sold more than a staggering 15.000.000 copies worldwide and her concerts are famous for their rich creativity.

“The variety of styles that Sarah Brightman’s career has encompassed is astonishing revealing her multi-facetted talents: Starting as a child performer she went on to study music theory with classical vocal training in the ‘modo bel canto’ and at the age of 18, was already a successful recording artist as well as a professional dancer; combining her vocal talents with her ability as an actress she moved on to become the undisputed queen of musical theatre — Cats and Phantom of the Opera to name but two of the productions she starred in – and in yet another career move has become known as the first artist to fully develop the genre of classical cross-over a term which however the Grammy nominated soprano finds restrictive:

“I’ve always been known for interpreting beautiful music that I really like and I find that certain pieces fit into different areas at different times; what I mean to say is that I can hear “modern” treatments to “Classical” pieces. If you think of how Opera was viewed in the past you will see that it was always about popular reception/ there was no elitism then and I don’t see why there should be now. Even the term, “Classical” has overtones that I don’t, really agree with/ you wouldn’t class Stravinsky and Brahms together in musical terms and yet they are both “classical” composers. What I have done is to take fantastic melodies and interpret them in my own way.”

But Sarah Brightman’s music is not just about re-working classical pieces her albums are to be found’ in the pop cross over and dance charts revealing an eclecticism on the part of her public that testifies to the breadth of her appeal.

Talking about the work that goes on before a tour begins Sarah says: “When I start on a project I think of it in its entirety so having begun with the music I go on to study other related aspects of the theme — I mean paintings and literature, poetry, dance, anything that will help to bring it all to life; its hard work sometimes but immensely satisfying “I think that the fact of having been in dance and musical theatre gives me a unique take on the way that my music needs to be presented visually” “I have a very clear picture in my head of how i want my shows to look” says the artist whose tours of the albums Eden and La Luna have delighted audiences around the world ”I’m involved with all the aspects of my shows, working closely with my design team on the choreography, stage set, lighting and sound.

HAREM has the pulse and colour and cinematic feel to it that represent the singer’s fascination with rhythm and melody and the fusion of different cultures into a seamless musical whole.

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Instrumental version of Sanvean
Gothica / Fleur du mal
Let it rain
Instrumental Forbidden Colours
What a wonderful world
Dust in the wind
Nella Fantasia
Hijo de la luna
La luna
Instrumental Sarahbande
Anytime, anywhere
Storia D´Amore
Canto della terra with Alessandro Safina


You take my breath away
POTO with Alessandro Safina
Sarai Qui with Alessandro Safina
I have been this way before
Red Riding Hood Rap
First of may
I believe in Father Christmas
Pasion with Fernando Lima
Time to say goodbye
Deliver me

Tour Dates & Venues
Nov 04 Monterrey, MexicoArena Monterrey
.Nov 06 Guadalajara, MexicoArena
.Nov 08 Mexico CityPalacio de los Deportes
.Nov 09 Mexico CityPalacio de los 25 9000
.Nov 12 Dallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center16-
.Nov 14 Orlando, FLUCF Convocation Center16-
.Nov 15 Sunrise, FLBankAtlantic Center16-
.Nov 16 Tampa, FLSt. Pete Times Forum16-Junwww.ticketmaster.com813-287-8844
.Nov 18 Atlanta, GAGwinnett Center16-Junwww.ticketmaster.com404-249-6400
.Nov 19 Washington, D.C.Verizon Center14-
.Nov 22 Mashantucket, CTMGM Grand at Foxwoods16-
.Nov 23 New York, NYMadison Square Garden14-
.Nov 24 Boston, MATD Banknorth Garden16-Junwww.ticketmaster.com617-931-2000
.Nov 26 Montreal, QCCentre
.Nov 28Ottawa, ONScotiabank Place9-Junwww.capitaltickets.ca613-599-3267
.Nov 29 Hamilton, ONCopps Coliseum9-Junwww.ticketmaster.ca905-481-4444
.Nov 30 Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre9-Junwww.ticketmaster.ca416-870-8000
.Dec 02 Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena16-
.Dec 03 Auburn Hills, MIPalace of Auburn Hills16-
.Dec 04 Chicago, ILAllstate Arena30-Junwww.ticketmaster.com312-559-1212
.Dec 06 Winnipeg, MBMTS Centre9-Junwww.ticketmaster.ca204-780-3333
.Dec 07 Regina, SKBrandt Centre9-Junwww.ticketmaster.ca306-938-7800
.Dec 08 Calgary, ABSaddledome9-Junwww.ticketmaster.ca403-777-0000
.Dec 10 Edmonton, ABRexall Place9-Junwww.ticketmaster.ca780-451-8000
.Dec 12 Vancouver, BCGM Place9-Junwww.ticketmaster.ca604-280-4444
.Dec 13 Victoria, BCSave on Foods Centre9-
.Dec 14 Everett, WAComcast Arena9-
.Dec 16 Sacramento, CAARCO Arena14-Junwww.ticketmaster.com916-649-8497
.Dec 17 San Jose, CAHP Pavilion8-Junwww.ticketmaster.com408-998-8497
 Dec 19 Anaheim, CAHonda Center13-Sepwww.ticketmaster.com213-480-3232
. Dec 20 Los Angeles, CAForum13-Sepwww.ticketmaster.com619-220-8497
.Dec 21 Glendale, Arena23-Junwww.ticketmaster.com480-784-4444
* Feb 23 Tokyo / Budokan
* Feb 25 Fukuoka / Kokusai Center
* Feb 27 Nagoya / Gaishi Hall
* Mar 02 Osaka / Castle Hall
* Mar 04 Tokyo / Budokan
* Mar 05 Tokyo / Budokan
* Mar 07 Kuala Lumpur / KL Convention Center’s Plenary Hall
NOTE: This performance will feature an intimate concert setting, with theater staging.
* Mar 10 Jakarta / Grand Melia Hotel Ballroom
NOTE: This performance will feature an intimate concert setting, with theater staging.
* Mar 13 Seoul / Olympic Gymnastic Gymnasium
* Mar 14 Seoul / Olympic Gymnastic Gymnasium
* Mar 16 Ilsan / Kintex
* Mar 20 Busan / Bexco
* Mar 22 Beijing / Capital Gym
* Mar 24 Nanjing / Olympic Arena
* Mar 27 and 28 Shanghai / Grand Stage
* Mar 30 Guangzhou / Guangzhou Arena
* Apr 01 Hong Kong / Asia World Arena
* Apr 04 Taipei / Taiwan Taipei Arena
* Apr 05 Taipei / Taiwan Taipei Arena

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Mexico & South America 2009 Tour

Act I:

Gothica/Fleurs Du Mal
It’s A Beautiul Day
Forbidden Colours Interlude
What a Wonderful World
Dust In The Wind
Who Wants To Live Forever
Hijo De La Luna
La Luna
Sarabande Interlude
Anytime Anywhere
Nella Fantasia
Canto Della Terra (with Erkan Aki)
Sarai Qui (with Erkan Aki)
Nessun Dorma

Act II:

Stranger In Paradise
Bilitis Interlude
Scarborough Fair
He Doesn’t See Me
A Whiter Shade Of Pale
Pasion (with Fernando Lima)
Ave Maria (with Fernando Lima)
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
Phantom Of The Opera (with Erkan Aki)
Time To Say Goodbye
Deliver Me
A Question Of Honour

Tour Dates:
02-OCT-2009 — Ciudad Juarez, Mexico — Festival Internacional Chihuahua, Estadio Olímpico Benito Juárez
05-OCT-2009 — Mexico City, Mexico — Auditorio Nacional
07-OCT-2009 — Puebla, Mexico — Auditorio Siglo XXI
09-OCT-2009 — Guadalajara, Mexico — Auditorio Telmex
11-OCT-2009 — Monterrey, Mexico — Arena Monterrey
14-OCT-2009 — Caracas, Venezuela — Teatro Teresa Carreno
16-OCT-2009 — Santiago, Chile — Movistar Arena
17-OCT-2009 — Buenos Aires, Argentina — Luna Park
20-OCT-2009 — Sao Paulo, Brasil — Credicard Hall
21-OCT-2009 — Sao Paulo, Brasil — Credicard Hall
23-OCT-2009 — Rio de Janeiro, Brasil — Citibank Hall
26-OCT-2009 — Lima, Peru — Jockey Club
28-OCT-2009 — Bogotá, Colombia — Coliseo Campin
31-OCT-2009 — Chichen Itza, Mexico — Chichen Itza

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In Concert With Orchestra Tour – 2010

Japan Tour Book Cover

Overture: Tallis Fantasia (Orchestra)
Ebben? Ne Andrò Lontana
How Fair This Spot
Nessun Dorma
Cappricio Espagnol (Orchestra)
It’s a Beautiful Day
Stranger In Paradise
Hijo De La Luna
La Luna
Japanese Garden (Orchestra)
What A Wonderful World
Scarborough Fair
He Doesn’t See Me
Sarabande (Orchestra)
Anytime Anywhere
Nella Fantasia
Canto Della Terra (with Erkan Aki)
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
Phantom Of The Opera (with Erkan Aki)
Time To Say Goodbye
Running (Encore)
Ave Maria (Encore)

Tour Dates:
12-OCT, Tokyo: Tokyo International Forum
14-OCT, Nagoya: Nihon Gaishi Hall
15-OCT, Kanazawa: Ishikawa Sogo Sports Center
17-OCT, Tokyo: Tokyo International Forum
18-OCT, Tokyo: Tokyo International Forum
20-OCT, Osaka: Castle Hall
21-OCT, Tokyo: Tokyo International Forum
22-OCT, Tokyo: Tokyo International Forum
24-OCT, Macau: Cotai Arena
26-OCT, Seoul: Chamsil Gymnasium

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Dream Chaser

Act 1:

One Day Like This
Hijo De La Luna
La Luna
Its A Beautiful Day
Ave Maria
Canto De La Terra
Nessun Dorma


Act 2:

Breathe Me
Figlio Perduto
Kaze No Toorimichi
Scarborough Fair
A Song Of India
Phantom Of The Opera
Time To Say Goodbye


Venus And Mars
Deliver Me
A Question Of Honour

Tour Dates
14 Jun 2013 Taipei Linkou Gymnasium, Taipei
16 Jun 2013 Guangzhou International Sports Center, Guangzhou Buy
19 Jun 2013 Guangxi Gymnasium, Nanning
21 Jun 2013 Shen Zhen Bay Sports Center Gymnasium, Shenzhen
23 Jun 2013 Shanghai Grand Stage, Shanghai
28 Jun 2013 Beijing Master Card Center, Beijing

01 Jul 2013 Tokyo International Forum Hall A, Tokyo
02 Jul 2013 Tokyo International Forum Hall A, Tokyo
04 Jul 2013 Tokyo International Forum Hall A, Tokyo
05 Jul 2013 Tokyo International Forum Hall A, Tokyo
07 Jul 2013 Pacifico Yokohama , Kanagawa
09 Jul 2013 Nippon Gaishi Hall, Aichi

14 Sep 2013 Scotiabank Place, Ottawa, ON
15 Sep 2013 ACC, Toronto, ON
17 Sep 2013 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC
18 Sep 2013 Boston Opera House, Boston, MA
20 Sep 2013 Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric, Baltimore, MD
21 Sep 2013 Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY
22 Sep 2013 Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem, PA
24 Sep 2013 The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts, Hartford, CT
25 Sep 2013 University at Buffalo Center for the Arts, Buffalo, NY
27 Sep 2013 Fox Theatre, Detroit, MI
28 Sep 2013 Akoo Theatre at Rosemont, Rosemont, IL
29 Sep 2013 The Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI

01 Oct 2013 E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall, Akron, OH
02 Oct 2013 Cincinnati Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH
05 Oct 2013 BankAtlantic Center, Sunrise, FL
06 Oct 2013 Tampa Bay Times Forum, Tampa, FL
08 Oct 2013 Amway Center, Orlando, FL
09 Oct 2013 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA
11 Oct 2013 Bayou Music Center, Houston, TX
12 Oct 2013 Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie, Grand Prairie, TX
13 Oct 2013 Bank of Oklahoma Center, Tulsa, OK
17 Oct 2013 Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN
19 Oct 2013 MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB
21 Oct 2013 Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, AB
22 Oct 2013 Rexall Place, Edmonton, AB
24 Oct 2013 Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, Victoria, BC
25 Oct 2013 Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
26 Oct 2013 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA
28 Oct 2013 HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA
30 Oct 2013 Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, AZ

1 Nov 2013 Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
02 Nov 2013 Theatre at the Honda Center, Anaheim, CA
05 Nov 2013 Expo Tampico, Tampico
07 Nov 2013 Arena Monterry, Monterry
09 Nov 2013 Auditorio Siglo 21, Puebla
11 Nov 2013 Auditoria Telmex, Guadalajara
13 Nov 2013 Arena Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico City
24 Nov 2013 Teatro Sesi, Porto Alegre
26 Nov 2013 Teatro Positivo , Curitiba
28 Nov 2013 Credicard Hall, Sao Paulo

01 Dec 2013 Citibank Hall, Rio de Janeiro
03 Dec 2013 Chevrolet Hall, Belo Horizonte

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 In Concert with Orchestra 2014

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1 Gothica…
2 Fleurs du Mal
3 Stranger in Paradise
4 Carpe Diem (With Vincent Niclo)
5 Ameno (Vincent Niclo Solo)
6 Anytime, Anywhere
7 Gia Nel Seno
8 Hijo de la Luna
9 Follow me
10 Misere Mei
11 Figlio Perduto
12 Who Wants To Live Forever
13 Tu Che M’Hai Presso Il Cuor
14 Ebben Ne Andró Lontana
15 Miracle

16 Hymn Overture
17 Hymn
18 Sogni (With Vincent Niclo)
19 Better is One Day
20 Canto Per Noi
21 Pie Jesu (With Narcis)
22 Caruso (Narcis Solo)
23 Fly to Paradise
24 Time to Say Goodbye (English Version)
25 Masquerade
26 The Phantom of The Opera (With Vincent Niclo)
27 Running
28 Deliver me
29 Ave Maria
30 A Question of Honour

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