Preview of Sarah Fox, Soprano at our 17 April Cole Porter Concert

Fresh from her Carnegie Hall debut, the internationally renowned soprano Sarah Fox is joined by James Burton to perform The Cole Porter Songbook – their specially devised programme which presents the greatest songs written by Cole Porter, including In the Still of the Night, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, Anything Goes and Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye, as well as other Cole Porter gems.

Here’s a clip of Sarah at the BBC Proms singing ‘Can’t Help Singing’:

Tickets: £20 (limited tickets available so book early to avoid disappointment)

Venue: Central Synagogue, 36-40 Hallam Street, London W1W 6NW

Book via Shul office: 020 7580 1355

bookings@centralsynagogue.org.uk or Book Here

Sarah Fox, “a delight for the eye and heart whose voice takes your breath away” (Giornale della Musica) has sung in opera houses, concert halls and festivals all over the world. Her reputation for performing lighter repertoire was confirmed by starring in the BBC ‘MGM’ Prom, with John Wilson and his Orchestra. A regular performer at Covent Garden and other major opera houses she has also starred in a Mario Lanza tribute on BBC Radio, and performed concerts in Europe with Rufus Wainwright. Sarah has also appeared in Gareth Malone’s ‘The Choir’ on BBC TV.

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