Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Carly Paoli Interview…
Mezzo-soprano Carly Paoli is a BRIT nominated classically trained singer/lyricist born in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. On 30 June 2017 Paoli released her debut album, ‘Singing My Dreams’.
In 2018 she releases her new album ‘Live at Cadogan Hall’ released August 24th 2018. Purchase below via Amazon.
Carly has got a remarkable gift & talent. This new album is a tribute to her many years of hard work and training. Exceptionally beautiful from the start to finish.
The album features Over The Rainbow, Song to the Moon, Someone Like You, a medley of songs from Disney movies & the glorious Nella Fantasia.
Enjoy our exclusive HD Video interview with Carly & Alex here:
After leaving college she performed in concerts and for corporate events. Whilst performing in Malaysia, she was spotted by the Geneva watchmaker Bedat & Co.
In 2014, she was appointed as brand ambassador for the company and, as a direct result, appeared at the David Foster Foundation Miracle Gala.
In June 2015, Paoli sang a duet with Three Tenors legend José Carreras in a unique performance at Windsor Castle, for HRH The Prince of Wales.
Here’s Alex & Carly in London…
Having performed at some of the world’s most iconic venues, including Carnegie Hall, the O2 Arena and the Roman Forum, and with some of the world’s greatest singers.
Stars include Andrea Bocelli and José Carreras, Carly Paoli – the rising star of the commercial classical world – performed her debut UK headline concert at Cadogan Hall, in Chelsea, on February 15th 2018.
A choir formed of members of the Armed Forces who have been affected by their service have teamed up with classical star Carly Paoli on her latest single ‘Liberty’.
The Invictus Games Choir, who feature on the track, are a community choir for serving and veteran personnel from all services, who are wounded, injured or sick, to help them in their recovery.
The performance was conducted by the Grammy award winning Steven Mercurio and features the world renowned flautist Andrea Griminelli, the 65 piece Abiah Symphony Orchestra and the winners of the BBC’s Songs of Praise Choir of the Year 2016, Tring Park 16, a selection of songs from the concert will be released on CD, download and streaming.
Interview recorded by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 4th August 2018.