An Evening with Sissel
Remember the voice of Titanic? The wordless vocals which evoked all
the emotion of the Titanic experience from the best-selling soundtrack
of all time?
Sissel Kyrkjebø (the Norwegian phenom and voice of Titanic) will give
a rare USA concert in the de Jong Concert Hall at Brigham Young
University on Saturday, April 30th at 7:30 pm sponsored by the BYU
Norwegian Scholarship Program.
Many of the songs Sissel sings are sung a cappella.
Tickets will go on sale at the Harris Fine Arts Ticket Office on
Monday, April 4th. The ticket office telephone number is (801)
422-7664. The ticket price is $12.00.
This is a rare opportunity for us in the states to attend a concert
by one of Norway's best and most famous singers.
We hope you will help get the word out and you and your family will
join us for "An Evening with Sissel."
Please forward this to your friends and family!!
For more information, please visit The Sissel Website:
Sissel will be the guest soloist with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in
Salt Lake City, Utah during their radio and television broadcast on
Sunday, May 1st, which is to commemorate the Norwegian Centennial of
Independence. This will be a special program with Norwegian songs and
Sissel's stunning vocals backed up by the world renowned Tabernacle
Choir. Sissel will sing only 3 or 4 songs (so make sure you attend her
full concert the night before at BYU!).
The choir's regular TV and radio broadcasts originate from the
LDS Conference Center on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah and are
distributed to over 1,800 TV and radio stations around North America
and the world. No tickets are required, but seating is first-come
first-served. The choir broadcast begins at 9:30am on Sunday,
May 1st. Attendees must be in their seats by 9:15am since this
broadcast is being recorded for television. The LDS Conference Center
seats 21,000 people.
Highlights of Sissel's career:
Over 8 million solo albums sold
Starred in her own 2003 PBS concert
Featured soloist on the #1 best-selling soundtrack of all time (18+
million sold): Titanic (1998)
Featured soloist on the Lord of the Rings Symphony tour
1994 Opening & Closing Ceremonies of the Lillehammer Olympics
1992 Closing Ceremonies of the Albertville Olympics
Performing multiple times with Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras
Appearing on David Letterman and Conan O'Brien with The Chieftains
#1 duet with Warren G: "Prince Igor"
Performing at the Opening Ceremonies of the 1994 World Cup Soccer
Duets with Placido Domingo on 3 albums
Featured artist on 3 albums with The Chieftains
Duet with Bryn Terfel on his album
2004 Vanity Fair soundtrack
2002 Evelyn soundtrack
1996 Adventures of Pinocchio soundtrack