The Great Yorkshire Proms will feature another stellar line-up of classical talent. Hosted by singer and presenter Aled Jones MBE, special guests include Sir Willard White, Sophie Evans and Tenors Unlimited, also known as The Three Tenors. They will be accompanied by The Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra.
Aled came into the public eye as the boy star whose breathtaking performance of Walking In The Air helped make the Raymond Briggs cartoon The Snowman an annual Christmas favourite. Since those early choir boy days, Aled has gone on to release over thirty albums and continues to regularly play sell-out shows. Aled continues to combine a successful broadcasting, acting and singing career, being known as much for his TV and radio presentation work (including regular shows on Classic FM and BBC Radio Wales) as he is for his singing career. In 2004 he took a career curveball, gracing television screens in the popular BBC show, Strictly Come Dancing!
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Sir Willard White
One of the world's great bass-baritones, famed for his enormous, rich voice and powerful stage presence. He has sung in every major opera house around the world, building up a huge repertoire and receiving rave reviews wherever he appears.
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Star of musical theatre whose appearances include the role of Dorothy in The Wizard Of Oz at the London Palladium and who was a runner-up in the BBC's Over The Rainbow.
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Tenors Un Limited
Tenors Un Limited - aka Scott, Paul and Jem - began performing in 2002. Using talents honed in their previous solo careers in the opera, theatre and recording worlds, they set out to bring their own unique blend of wit, charm and vocal arrangements - along with original compositions - to the classical crossover genre. Since their formation they have entertained audiences throughout the world and are proud to have secured worldwide distribution for their album The Rat Pack Of Opera featuring Sento, Summertime and Time To Say Goodbye, as well as their 2007 release Brand New Day which includes the self-penned title track and begins with their own arrangement of Sting's When We Dance.
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Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra