Opera star to sing at special picnic party
On Sunday, Belcombe Court in Bradford-on-Avon will open its gates for a wonderful evening of entertainment at the Belcombe Court Summer Party.
Home of Paul and Caroline Weiland, the grounds of the beautiful 18th century country estate provide a stunning setting for a magical evening.
Guests will be treated to a spellbinding performance from operatic soprano Natasha Marsh, a highly regarded classical recording artist and performer, whose debut album Amour topped the classical album charts in 2007 and who was nominated for the Best Album in the Classical BRIT Awards 2008.
At 21 she graduated with a first in music and drama, from Birmingham University, and won a coveted scholarship to the Royal College of Music.
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With many critically acclaimed performances under her belt, and a highly respected soprano within the opera world, Natasha wanted to expand on her experiences and earlier this year stepped in to the recording studio for the first time.
Following the release of Amour, Natasha subsequently made her critically acclaimed debut with Grange Park Opera singing Jacqueline in Fortunio by André Messager – she returned to sing the role of Governess in Britten's The Turn of the Screw.
Natasha has gone on to build credible and impressive CV in the opera world.
"There's so much beauty and power in opera," Natasha says. "I love every minute of it – from the first day of rehearsals you're exploring details of the character, developing the role in your voice, getting to know your character.
"The costumes are so important too – I find shoes are vital to the character, the way you wear them and therefore the way you walk in them.
"It's easier to portray a role once I've got the shoes on; I get so involved in the role, the build-up to opening night is often a rollercoaster ride and it's important to pace myself so I'm not exhausted for the premiere."
Natasha tours the UK and Europe extensively, performing live at events such as the Carling Cup final at Wembley Stadium, where she sang the National Anthem.
She has appeared as special a guest for artists including Il Divo, Jose Carreras, Russell Watson, and most recently mesmerised audiences all over the country with Paul Potts.
In addition to Natasha Marsh, various artists will be performing everything from Jazz to Folk and Choir to Dance, and there will be a variety of stalls selling interesting curios and local produce.
There will be a fully licensed bar and a deli selling delicious food.
Luxury picnics can be pre-ordered for the evening or you can bring your own.
Tickets cost £20 and the event runs from 5pm to 9.30pm.
Tickets are sold in aid of the Child Bereavement Charity, which supports families and educates professionals both when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.
To find out more about the work of the Child Bereavement Charity visit www.childbereavement.org.uk.