Here are just a few extracts from letters or emails we have received after concerts....

 

"Again… thank you very much for the most magical… beautiful evening… You really sent us all into a dream world…."

"Dear Alexandra and Oliver - what a concert last night - it was world class. Even my girlfriend, who sadly does not usually enjoy classical music, loved it and was on the edge of her seat throughout!"

 

 "Music + Glamour = :-)"

 
"I am compelled to write after last night's concert.  There wasn't a single piece you and Oliver sang that didn't have me covered in goosebumps! 

It was a truly exquisite performance - beautiful in every way.  Thank you.

 

 "I SO ENJOYED THE CONCERT LAST NIGHT. THERE WAS SOME MANOEUVERING AROUND AN EXQUISITELY SOFT DYING CHORD AT THE END OF ONE OF YOUR DUETS WHICH WAS ASTOUNDING. YOUR TWO VOICES WORK SO WELL TOGETHER."

 

"The best concert i have been to all year - there wasn't one boring moment!"

 

 "What an excellent, charming, delightful evening.  Well done to you all.  Our guests had not been before and they were enchanted.  Your choice of material was full of surprises and the harp an especially wonderful addition..."

 "The concert was indeed superb and you again sang beautifully. It was good of you to have arranged the event for such a worthy cause. Please do let me know any future charity concerts."

 

"I JUST WANTED TO WRITE TO THANK YOU FOR A REALLY WONDERFUL MUSICAL EVENING LAST NIGHT! YOU WERE ALL SO TALENTED AND PROFESSIONAL AND IT REALLY WAS THE MOST MEMORABLE EVENING."

 

"I was wondering if you could recommend any decent choirs in SW London. I was so blown away by your incredible recital that it's given me a kick up the arse to get back into singing."

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PRESS IN DAILY MAIL:
 

A song for Mr and Mrs Brown...

Duet: Soprano Alexandra Kennedy and counter-tenor Oliver Gerrish

After singing for Gordon and Sarah Brown at Chequers last summer with her cross-over classical girl band Passionata, stunning soprano Alexandra Kennedy, 28, is hoping for a repeat performance next month after inviting the Prime Minister and his wife to a recital she is giving at Chelsea Old Church.

This time she will be singing alongside Old Harrovian counter-tenor Oliver Gerrish.

The pair are duetting Giovanni Battista Pergolesi's Stabat Mater for an audience including chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and cross-dressing socialite Henry Conway in order to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

'Mr Brown was charming when I met him at his wife's charity dinner,' says Alexandra. 'I know his son has cystic fibrosis, so we have sent him a personal invitation.'

Of his own entrance to showbusiness, Gerrish tells me: 'The first time I sang for an audience was as a new boy at Harrow, when I was made to stand on a table in front of the 100 boys in my house and belt out Men Of Harlech.'



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