Win A Pair Of Tickets To Katherine Jenkins And Russell Watson At Wiston Park Estate
Enjoy TWO of the UK's largest classical artists on the stage together for one night only! A stunning performance from Katherine Jenkins OBE, along with the National Symphony Orchestra, plus very special guest Russell Watson at this gorgeous venue in Sussex - we've got FIVE pairs of tickets to give away!
The Welsh superstar mezzo soprano will be accompanied by The National Symphony Orchestra plus a very special guest, platinum selling artist Russell Watson. This is Katherine’s only South Coast UK show, do not miss this!
Welsh Superstar Mezzo Soprano Katherine Jenkins OBE officially became the world’s most successful Classical singer after she was crowned ‘The Biggest Selling Classical Artist of the Century’ by Classic FM.
She further cemented her title by gaining her 14th Number 1 Album - smashing the record books since signing to Universal Classics at the tender age of 22.
Meanwhile, Russell Watson is the UK's most prolific classical recording artist ever! His first two recordings, The Voice and Encore are the top two album sellers of the century, with ‘The Voice’ making him the first and only classical vocalist from these shores to reach one million sales in the UK.
He has reached number one status all over the globe and holds platinum album status, from here to Australia.
In order to be in with a chance to win one of five pairs of tickets, just enter our random draw before the competition closes on Friday July 14 - best of luck!
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