ARTIST OVERALL RATINGS
Sarah Brightman is the biggest-selling soprano of all time with a career that spans three decades and is most often considered to be the main pioneer of classical crossover. Brightman’s voice varies over different time periods; she was at her most operatic in the late nineties, but mostly uses her pop voice now which is often described as 'child-like' due to its sweetness and clarity. Brightman is a risk taker, is averse to being categorised (she has been quoted as saying that the "classical crossover" label is 'horrible') and a theatrical performer on stage. Her discography is immense (although she has 9 studio albums with her long term producer, Frank Peterson, she actually has over 20 albums) and they all vary in sound and style, so taking a lucky dip into her collection is not wise. Check out our guide to her discography for advice on where to start.
Beginner's Comprehensive Guide to Sarah Brightman's Discography
'Dive' Album Review
'La Luna' Album Review
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