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Oratorio is Helen England, one of the North West's finest professionally trained soprano singers
"Oratorio" is Miss Helen England, a beautiful soprano with an alluring and
enchanting voice, a voice that commands an audience. When
Helen unleashes her musical talent, everything stops to the
degree that if it wasn't for her you could hear a pin drop. Pitch perfect with
whatever she sings, from opera, classical and contemporary.
She is demure and of slight stature but is a powder-keg of a
performer. She delivers power
and emotion with every note she sings and will have you
riveted to the spot with anticipation of the next note from
her lips. When asked to perform at a wedding or civil
ceremony, whatever the location or venue, be it a church or
cathedral, village hall or registry office, she will add
more than a bit of class and elegance to proceedings. Helen is
professionally trained to such a high standard it beggars
belief however. Although Helen is confident and pleased
about her high standard of delivery, she can be self-deprecating about her
own talent and performances. She herself will tell you that she
will never be
fully satisfied with herself as her voice is
constantly developing, maturing and getting better and
stronger all the
more about Helen...
KEEP BANG UP TO DATE WITH WHAT HELEN IS DOING WHERE & WHEN - WHY NOT COME AND "LIKE" HER PAGE - Helen will endeavour to keep you informed through her Facebook page about all her up and coming public appearances, performances and wedding fayres. Click through to visit it.
SEE WHAT SOME OF HELEN'S PREVIOUS CLIENTS & VENUES HAVE HAD TO SAY ABOUT HER - Like Helens stunning repertoire, she has an ever growing list of satisfied and impressed clients from both the private and corporate sector. Click through to see what a just few of them had to say about us as her as Oratorio.
HELEN IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN AN ALTERNATIVE AND EQUALLY IMPRESSIVE FORMAT (Divas Disguised) - This is an amazing surprise performance consisting of two or three professional trained classical singers (Helen being one of them) passing themselves of as waiting on staff. Then suddenly one by one bursting into song before the gathered throng of party goers and guests.