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About Katherine Jenkins

Katherine Jenkins OBE has announced a string of UK dates for An Evening with Katherine Jenkins in April and May 2019 with special guest AJ Brown. Throughout the majority of the tour, she will be joined by The London Concert Orchestra, who Jenkins has been working with for the past two years on other concert series. The Ulster Orchestra will be supporting her Irish dates.

The star also announced her new album, Guiding Light, due for release on Friday 30 November 2018 via Decca Records.

The 15-track album will feature some of Jenkin’s favourites new tracks such as Make Me a Channel of Your Peace and Morning Has Broken, as well as covers of recent hits like Stormzy’s Blinded By Your Grace and Never Enough from The Greatest Showman which she performed at this year’s Classic Brit Awards. The album will also have original material including a song she penned for her son who was born earlier this year – Xander’s Song.

Born in Neath, Wales, Jenkins has become one of the Britain’s bestselling artist and has gained huge success globally. Between the years 2004 to 2008, six of her seven albums claimed the top spot of the UK classical charts.

Her first album, Premiere, was the start of her success as this made her the fastest-selling mezzo-soprano to date. During that period she also became the first British classical crossover singer to have two No. 1 albums in the same year.

She has also won two Classical Brit Awards – the first in 2005 with Second Nature and the second in following year with Living A Dream – making her the first female artist to win two consecutive Classical Brit Awards.

A full list of Katherine Jenkins dates are listed below:

26 April 2019 – Oxford New Theatre
27 April 2019 – Birmingham Symphony Hall
29 April 2019 – Manchester Bridgewater Hall
30 April 2019 – Gateshead Sage
2 May 2019 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
4 May 2019 – Liverpool Philharmonic
5 May 2019 – Milton Keynes Theatre
7 May 2019 – Cardiff St David’s Hall
8 May 2019 – Bournemouth IC
10 May 2019 – Llandudno Venue Cymru Theatre
11 May 2019 – Bath Forum
13 May 2019 – Southampton Mayflower
14 May 2019 –Leicester De Montfort Hall
15 May 2019 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
17 May 2019 – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
18 May 2019 – London Palladium
20 May 2019 – Guildford G Live
21 May 2019 – Southend Cliffs Pavilion