Russell Watson returning to Birmingham Symphony Hall

Classical BRITs winner Russell Watson is to return to Birmingham Symphony Hall performing some of his most loved songs in his own tribute to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

Russell Watson returning to Birmingham Symphony Hall

Classical BRITs winner Russell Watson is to return to Birmingham Symphony Hall performing some of his most loved songs in his own tribute to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

Watson will play Symphony Hall on Sunday, June 3, 2012. Tickets cost £25, £40 and £60, plus booking fees, from www.thsh.co.uk

The programme will include such heart-warming numbers as You'll Never Walk Alone, Men of Harlech, Land of Hope and Glory and Rule, Britannia!

For this tour, Russell will be joined by special guest singer Laura Wright, whose debut album, The Last Rose, topped the classical charts last year. They will be accompanied by the London Concert Orchestra under the baton of Robert Emmery.

With five albums each going gold, platinum or double platinum and four Classical BRIT Awards under his belt, Russell Watson is recognised globally as one of the UK's biggest-selling artists.

A dynamic and inspirational talent, he has also been on the judging panel of the BBC 1 hit show Last Choir Standing, starred in the Royal Variety Performance and headlined at the Llangollen Eisteddfod.

Commenting on this concert Russell Watson said: "I am thrilled to be offered this opportunity to perform across the country and to personally celebrate through performance the wonderful occasion of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee."

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