Seven Sopranos

Seven Sopranos

CD  |  Classical  |  10 Apr 2015

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In Australia’s most anticipated crossover release this year, The 7 Sopranos’ sublime, sexy and sophisticated debut and self-titled album will be one to watch. Seven beautiful soprano voices serenade fans with popular opera favourites like the Flower Duet from Lakmé, the Toreador Song (Carmen) and Song to the Moon (Rusalka), as well as You'll Never Walk Alone, Somewhere Over the Rainbow and Danny Boy.

With stunning voices, looks, glamour and above all a real passion for entertainment, The 7 Sopranos are proving to be a huge hit amongst music lovers of all genres.

The 7 Sopranos showcase female voices of genuine beauty and virtuosity. Aurally and aesthetically, they embody youthful energy and femininity. They are a heady fusion of operatic divas from another era and showgirls of today, with a pinch of nostalgic Hollywood glamour thrown in. Already Australia’s most exciting operatic and cross-over voices, they thrill audiences with their ‘soprano style’ – putting a unique soprano stamp on some of the world’s best-loved opera arias and music theatre hit tunes.

On this album we are thrilled to introduce the vocal talents of Naomi Johns, Clarissa Spata, Katie Stenzel, Maia Andrews, Kyla Allan, Michaela Leisk, Emily Edmonds and Deborah Rogers, under the inspiring leadership of Tarita Botsman.

Inspired by Rome’s magical mix of top-flight voices and magnificently opulent sets and designs, The 7 Sopranos offer a fresh take on the grand Italian opera tradition for the contemporary world: a truly intoxicating experience that stays faithful to its glorious origins but is designed for everyone, everywhere.


Title: Seven Sopranos

Format: CD

Release Date: 10 Apr 2015

Artist: Seven Sopranos

Sku: 2258715

Catalogue No: 4810619

Category: Classical

Disc Count: 1



The Toreador Song from Carmen

Danny Boy

O mio babbino caro from Gianni Schicchi

Un bel dì from Madama Butterfly

Seguidilla from Carmen

Amarilli mia bella

La Vie en rose

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Lascia ch’io pianga from Rinaldo

Brindisi from La traviata

Barcarolle from The Tales of Hoffmann

Song to the Moon from Rusalka

Ave Maria (Bach – Gounod)

Flower Duet from Lakmé

You’ll Never Walk Alone