DIVA single and video collections show Sarah Brightman at her brightest

Fans of the biggest selling soprano of all time Sarah Brightman can now enjoy a career-spanning anthologies handpicked from her entire body of work.

‘DIVA: The Singles Collection,’ Sarah Brightman’s seventh Angel/EMI album, is in stores now and celebrates Brightman’s twenty years since her stage and recording debut in the original British production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera – the most successful and longest running musical production in history, where she created the role of Christine.

The collection is the most comprehensive release of Ms. Brightman’s career, charting her musical accomplishments through 14 stellar tracks ranging from Phantom of the Opera (1986) to her worldwide smash hit “Time to Say Goodbye” (duet with Andrea Bocelli) to her critically acclaimed 2003 recording Harem which gave rise to a world tour where 700,000 people saw Ms. Brightman perform live.  

The set picks up where her million-plus selling 2001 release Classics left off and is the ideal introduction to the soprano’s justly celebrated Broadway, Classical, Crossover and Pop performances. 

‘DIVA: The Video Collection’ is also available and features music videos from the start of Sarah Brightman’s performance career – with the Thames TV dance troupe Hot Gossip and collaborations with Andrew Lloyd Webber – to her innovative classical-crossover recordings.  The collection is woven together with Ms. Brightman’s personal narratives recalling each video and the DVD has an internet component which enables fans to insert the disc into their computer and receive exclusive access to Brightman’s fansite, where they will be able to download bonus materials including exclusive music, digital greetings and much more.

‘DIVA: The Singles Collection,’ is now available at Amazon. Visit the music database for more information. ‘DIVA: The Video Collection’ is now available at Amazon. Visit the DVD database for more information.

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