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Russell Watson: Live in Concert
Russell Watson: Live in Concert

Wed, 13 Mar


St Mary's Cathedral

Russell Watson: Live in Concert

Come join multi-award-winning tenor RUSSELL WATSON accompanied by world-renowned pianist/arranger/writer MIKE MORAN in the magnificent setting of the St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh. This will be a magical evening which should not be missed.

Time & Location

13 Mar 2024, 19:30 – 21:30

St Mary's Cathedral, Palmerston Pl, Edinburgh EH12 5AW, UK


Russell Watson never imagined he would someday be hailed as one of the world’s greatest classical singers. Since being described by the New York Times as a performer “who sings like Pavarotti and entertains the audience like Sinatra” he subsequently released ten studio albums, each one receiving more critical acclaim than the last.

His debut album ‘THE VOICE’ shot up the UK charts where he held the number one spot for a world record 52 weeks. At the same time, Russell held the number one spot in the USA, making him the first British male to hold the accolade of a simultaneous transatlantic number one. His second studio album ‘Encore’ soon followed, it became an even greater success selling almost two million copies worldwide. During this period Russell was rewarded with various awards including four Classical Brits.

A very special evening  and a real exclusive Four-time Brit Classical Award winner Russell Watson, accompanied by his pianist, Mike Moran. The world-renowned tenor will be performing a special show with classic songs old and new, together with a selection of hits from his illustrious career. A truly spectacular concert experience is in the offering in the heart of Edinburgh.   


Nancy May is an Essex based classical crossover soprano who trained at the Royal Northern College of Music and has now gone on to forge her own career performing in and around the Essex area, with many concerts in the diary for 2024.

Nancy is passionate about supporting charities and has been humbled to sing each year at the Grenfell memorial service with the most recent at Westminster Abbey. Charities supported include Farleigh Hospice, Great Ormond Street Hospital, The Royal British Legion and more recently ‘FaNs Network’, a charity helping care homes throughout Essex.

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