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…While Brightman’s well-produced dance and popular songs invigorated the audience with their glitz, glamour and sensuality, it was her stripped-down renditions of several classical works that brought the audience to its feet, garnering the singer nearly half a dozen standing ovations throughout the evening.

The Plain Dealer (USA)

Brightman delivered a musically and visually lavish performance… …Brightman knows how to distribute her energy evenly throughout a concert. She seemed as fresh as if she’d just walked on stage while sustaining the last note of the tender “Time To Say Goodbye” and delivering a no-holds-barred “A Question of Honor” at the end. As the concert drew to a smoke-and-confetti close, she even flew into the air (with the help of a harness). After the musical territory she covered in this tour, one wonders where she will land next.

The Sacramento Bee (USA)

…Yes, this performer is all about the mood, and there is little doubt she has studied herself to be sure she’s in perfect form for those attending her concerts. I actually lost count on the costume changes at about 8. But in the end, she has the voice to back it all up. Once all the smoke and mystical mirrors are cleared, we are still left with a woman who has serious vocal ability.

The Lakeland Ledger (USA)

…It was inevitable that she revisit her role in The Phantom of the Opera and Brightman had the crowd eating out of her hand by the time she finished “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again.” The killer blow of her finest song (and greatest hit), “Time To Say Goodbye,” was her stated finale.

The Star (Malaysia)

Sarah Brightman has excelled as a classical crossover artist, earning the respect of untold millions during her stellar career as a professional vocalist, actress, songwriter and dancer.

New Age Music World

…there’s a true musical seductress growing better with time.