Whether it be a live or recorded performance, a classical, contemporary, musical theatre, or spiritual song, British/Italian soprano Carly Paoli, certainly knows how to deliver and the release of a brand-new album, Carly Paoli & Friends on the Abiah label will further cement her reputation as one of the most exciting talents to emerge in recent years. The Mansfield born singer/songwriter’s fourth album features a stunning mix of collaborations with some of the biggest names from across the music world – Brit School, Joseph Calleja, Paul Carrack, Tony Hadley, Aled Jones, Braimah Kanneh-Mason, Ramin Karimloo, Vincent Niclo, Elaine Paige, David Phelps, Mario Stefano Pietrodarchi, Noah Stewart and The Tenors
Carly Paoli & Friends, imaginatively breaks down musical borders, celebrating the human voice and relationships in abundance with style, ingenuity, and bravura.
A Classical Brit Nominee and BBC Music Ambassador, Carly Paoli has done her utmost during lockdown to ‘keep the music flowing’ with live and filmed performances, both solo and with other artists. What has been a unique time in all our lives has seen Carly seek out and create new musical alliances which has led to the wonderful mix of musical styles that will be revealed on Carly Paoli & Friends.
Full of surprises, Carly Paoli & Friends, features 13 duets and one bonus track, If We Could Learn To Love Again, a song written especially for Carly by Frank Wildhorn, whose credits include the musicals Scarlet Pimpernel and Jekyll & Hyde, with lyrics by Carly and Grant Black. With material ranging from contemporary pop to classical, musical theatre, and spiritual, Carly Paoli & Friends is a melting pot of styles offering something for everyone.
Carly will also be touring in early 2022 with Aled Jones on his Cathedral tour around the UK.