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With support from Dale Diva
Sat 4 Dec
Location: St Peters Church, Belper
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Returning to Belper is soprano singer Margaret Keys
Born in Derry, Northern Ireland her passion for music took hold at a young age and Margaret decided that she wanted to pursue a career on stage.
Margaret has performed extensively throughout the world and has performed with some of the world's leading orchestras and performers.
She has performed to an audience of 35,000 in a special International Lakeside Proms concert and was one of the chosen artists from throughout the World, which also included Andrea Bocelli and Aretha Franklin, to perform for Pope Francis in a special concert for his visit to the USA in 2015. The concert was broadcast worldwide to an audience of 1.5million.
She has also performed on several TV broadcasts including BBC Songs of Praise, The BBC Proms and on PBS American TV specials.
Margaret has performed with West End star Alfie Boe, Russell Watson, Paul Potts and was special guest to the multi- platinum selling The Fron Male Voice Choir in their recent tour to New York City and in their UK tour. She made her debut in the Royal Albert Hall in December 2015 in "Christmas with stars" which was produced by BBC Radio 2 and the TV Times. Following this performance She was subsequently invited back to perform again in the Royal Albert Hall Christmas Concert Special in 2016.
She was highly honoured to perform for HRH Prince of Wales Foundation Concert for Children and Arts, which was aired to an audience of 5million on Classic Fm and Sky Arts.
Margaret's high-profile performances have made a great impact on the world of classical music and thus prompted her appointment as the only Irish Ambassador for HRH Prince Of Wales Foundation for Children and Arts. This is especially important to Margaret as she is a proud supporter of arts having a positive impact on young people. She champions the power of the arts and music to transform lives of children.
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