And at Christmas she's in panto, again. I must say after seeing her in the BGT final 4 years ago I rather hoped she'd go on to better things than panto but perhaps Poland is the start of something better !
"My love is like a red, red rose that's newly sprung in June, My love is like a melody that's sweetly played in tune." (Robert Burns).
That is good news for Lucy Kay! I have just been rehearsing my Polish phrases as my town is celebrating Ethnic heritage week with a presentation about the language along with the 250th anniversary of anthracite coal minng. I have just learnt that my surname means "dresses" in Polish. So my ancestors might have had a clothing shop!
About the panto...I understand, as an anglophile, that pantomime is a British institution at Christmas, with wonderful costumes and grand performances. Should be a good show along with the guy from Coronation Street.
A gorgeous photo of Lucy from her concert in Poland. Often in life outer beauty is not matched by an inner beauty but having met the lady several times I can confirm in this case it very definitely is !
And we have a new version of "Ave Maria" (by Verdi ).
The sound on this recording is wonderful. It must be great to be allowed to set up a camera on a tripod to record with it, you don't often get that privilege or leniency at a concert.
In a book on Sacred Geometry that I have been trying to read for years it explains that the proportions of many churches and chapels is deliberately designed with sound and Angelic singing in mind. This may explain why so many crossover artists find themselves performing and recording in churchs, chapels and abbeys, they are designed to make the human voice sound wonderful or Angelic.
This is a perfect example of Angelic sound in a church: