Paris UNESCO date for soprano Katerina Mina singing new song by Linda Lamon for inaugural International Day of Light
London based Super Soprano Katerina Mina will be performing a brand new song by Manchester songwriter Linda Lamon at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris this Spring.
Linda was inspired to write 'Romance To The Stars' after hearing a speech by Professor Stephen Hawking at the *STARMUS *Festival of Science, Astronomy & Arts in Tenerife. Katerina was singing there in a tribute concert to the first man that walked on the moon, Neil Armstrong.
The United Nations have declared an International Day Of Light, to be held on May 16th every year across the globe and representatives from over 50 countries will be there at the inaugural ceremony to hear Katerina's celestial voice reach out to the stars.
""It is such an honour to have been invited to this event and this is a great opportunity to have my music heard across the world. I am confident that Katerina will wow them with her magnificent voice - she is such a powerful performer who regularly sings operatic solo roles Internationally. I am very fortunate that she loves my songs enough to want to record them." Linda says.
Katerina will be bringing out an EP of Linda's work this year. 'Nature's Universe' will include songs about the natural world including the Universe and woodlands, which are close to Linda's heart.
"It's experimental music, but we would perhaps describe it as classical cross over."
Watch this space for the release date. It will be something to celebrate!
Katerina and Linda will be bringing out an EP