400 W Church St.
Orlando, FL 32805
8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013
$35.00 – $250.00 Buy
Concerts, Musical, Opera
Due to Sarah Brightman’s highly anticipated 11th studio album “Dreamchaser” now being released in North America in April 2013 to coincide with the timing of her international album release plan, her North American tour dates will move to the fall of 2013. The rescheduled date for the Amway Center is Tuesday, October 8, 2013 (original concert date Tuesday, February 26, 2013).
“Whilst I regret any inconvenience that this rescheduling might have occasioned for those people who have already bought tickets, the restructuring of my worldwide album release plan made it inevitable. Clearly a concert is always more enjoyable if there is familiarity with the music being performed and given how important this new ‘Dreamchaser’ album is to me, I am keen for those attending my shows to hear it prior to the performance. I’m delighted with the new album and very excited about the show that I’ll be presenting in 2013,” said Brightman.
Brightman recently released the “Dreamchaser” tracks “Angel,” and the first single, “One Day Like This.” Both recordings are currently available digitally at various online retailers including iTunes and Amazon.
“Angel,” a collaboration with veteran producer Mike Hedges known for his iconic work with U2, The Cure and Dido, was co–produced by Sally Herbert and mixed by Tom Elmhirst (Adele, Amy Winehouse).
“One Day Like This,” another collaboration with Mike Hedges and Sally Herbert, is a rendition of British band Elbow's single from their successful fourth album, “The Seldom Seen Kid” released in 2008. The video for “One Day Like This” will be released in January.
In the summer of 2013, Brightman will begin her “Dreamchaser” worldwide tour which will visit five continents and include over 100 concert dates.
Tickets purchased to the original show will be honored for the rescheduled date. For customers who cannot attend the rescheduled date, refunds are available at the point of purchase.
Over the past two-and-a-half decades, Brightman has distinguished herself as the world’s biggest selling soprano of all time with global sales reaching over 30 million units. She has received more than 180 gold and platinum awards in over 40 countries. Brightman pioneered the classical crossover music movement and is the only artist to have simultaneously topped the Billboard dance and classical music charts.
Brightman recently announced that she will be taking a trip to the International Space Station where she hopes to become the first performing artist to sing in space.