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Along with the collaborations, Brightman’s album jumps from classical and cinematic music to pop rhythms in a cohesive album threaded by its spiritual nature.


[Hymn is] her most uplifting and optimistic album yet.

CBC Radio One, q with Tom Power

The album [Hymn], filled with spiritual choral music … hinges on the concept of togetherness during times of global turmoil.

Zoomer Magazine (Canada)

…Those who left before the encores missed the final spectacle. Suspended from wires high above the stage, the fearless diva sang “A Question of Honor,” this time borrowing “Ebben? Ne andre lontana” from Catalani’s opera, “La Wally.” As the song ended, Brightman rotated several times — Cirque du Soleil style — and the Delta Center exploded in a snowstorm of confetti and pyrotechnics. With that brilliant display it really was Time to Say Goodbye.

Salt Lake Tribune (USA)

…Sarah Brightman welcomed us inside her “Harem” at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre — but it was her classic hits that had the audience leaping to its feet. …Where Brightman really shines is in her timeless operatic arias and standard showtunes, particularly her astonishing rendition of Nessun Dorma.

Adelaide Advertiser (Australia)

…(Brightman) delivered a show that was drenched in glitz and glamour — a gilded frame for her picture- perfect golden voice.

Star Telegram (USA)