Charlotte & Daniel All I Ask Of You Interview & Tour 2015

Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Charlotte & Daniel All I Ask Of You Interview & Tour 2015…..

British singing sensation, soprano Charlotte Jaconelli, teams up with one of music theatre’s brightest young stars, Australian tenor Daniel Koek as they release their eagerly-awaited single ‘All I Ask Of You’ from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical ‘Phantom of the Opera’.

The track showcases both these incredible voices, as Charlotte’s effortlessly pure tones blend with Daniel’s fine resonance.

To further cement their exciting new musical partnership, Charlotte and Daniel have also just announced their planned UK tour for May 2015.

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Charlotte & Daniel All I Ask Of You Charlotte Jaconelli Exclusive Interview Daniel Koek Interview

Enjoy an Exclusive interview with Charlotte & Daniel:

Charlotte Jaconelli:

The plan was always that eventually we would do things on our own,” says Charlotte Jaconelli, one half of Jonathan and Charlotte, probably the most successful duo to ever come from a British talent show.

It was a duo that took the 2,000-strong audience by absolute storm during their initial audition on Britain’s Got Talent, bringing everyone, including the judges, to their feet within seconds.

Perhaps even more of a shock was the fact that Charlotte made Simon Cowell eat his words.  Having originally suggested that Jonathan ditch Charlotte to throw more light on his classically trained voice, he’d totally changed his mind by the duo’s second performance.  He could hear that Charlotte’s effortlessly pure voice was an intrinsic part of the deal.  He admitted he was wrong.  It may only ever happen that one time so make the most of it.

Daniel Koek:

For the last year Daniel Koek, who is possibly the longest serving youngest Jean Valjean, has been wowing audiences that flock to the Queen’s Theatre in London’s West End, in the world famous and award winning LES MISERABLES.

Born in Gawler, Australia, Daniel Koek (pronounced ‘Cook’) studied Classical Voice and Japanese at the Conservatorium of Music, Adelaide. He then moved to London and was awarded a place on the Musical Theatre Post Graduate Course at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Daniel is firmly established as one of music theatre’s leading men with a catalogue of roles to his name.  In recent years, he has played Tony in the 50th Anniversary production of WEST SIDE STORY to great critical acclaim.

Interview recorded 19th March 2015 by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio.