Opera singer Alfie Boe brightened up our Thursday morning when he performed two songs live on The Morning Show. The West End star wowed us with his performance of ‘Serenata’ and ‘Volare’, both tracks on his new album ‘Serenata’.
‘Serenata’, which means ‘to sing in your honour’, is a beautiful collection of romantic Italian songs, such as ‘Buona Sera’ and ‘Mambo Italiano’.
As a young boy, Lancashire-born Boe (from the fishing port of Fleetwood) dreamed of a career as a singer. Having led the cast of ‘Les Miserables’ for nearly a year, Alfie has gone on to perform at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert, and was recently awarded with a Fellowship of the Royal College of Music.
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