Anastasia – Classical Soprano Soloist

Classical Soprano Soloist In London

Anastasia is a classically trained soprano with much experience as a soloist. Providing you with the perfect ambience, Anastasia is available to perform during weddings, funerals, private and corporate events/functions, hotels, care homes etc. She has a distinguished repertoire ranging from classical to popular, including musical theatre, jazz & hymns).

Anastasia was born in London of Greek origin. Her interest in music began at an early age, as music was always in the foreground of her immediate family. This passion developed further during the time she sang duets with her grandfather, as a result of which she knew she had found her creative path.

Although she has a leaning towards the classical/semi-classical styles, she enjoys the challenge of developing and interpreting various genres in her own individual way, such as musical theatre, soul and jazz, as well as experimenting with crossover styles.

Anastasia’s voice has been described as both spiritual and passionate. She feels that singing is the greater part of her and that each time she performs she becomes elated and complete. The reception of warmth she receives from her listeners gives her ultimatefulfilment and in turn, she aspires to instil peace and harmony in others.

Accompanied by live music or backing tracks.

The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

Repertoire List

SPIRITUAL/HYMNS:
Amazing Grace (John Newton)
Ave Maria (Charles Gounod)
Hallelujah (Jeff Buckley)
Pie Jesu (Webber)
O Holy Night (Adolphe Adam)
Silent Night (Franz Xaver Gruber)

JAZZ:
Summertime (Porgy and Bess)
Skyfall (Adele)

CLASSICAL/MUSICAL THEATRE:
Danny Boy (Frederick Edward Weatherly)
My heart will go on (Celine Dion)
In the arms of an angel (sarah mclaughlin)
The Prayer (David Foster)
Bring me to life (Evanescence)
Nella Fantasia (Ennio Morricone)
Gershwin: Summertime (Porgy and Bess)
I don’t know how to love him (Jesus Christ Superstar)
Somewhere (West Side Story)
Somewhere over the Rainbow (The Wizard of Oz)
Hello Young Lovers (The King and I)

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