Up and Coming Male Soprano's That We Would Like to Hear at the 2012 Olympics Opening CeremoniesThis is to vote on new up and coming male sopranos who have a quality of voice that would be nice to hear at the opening ceremonies, I have chosen this type of voice as we always seem to end up with boy bands or pop singers and thought it would be nice to have something classical.
The Top Ten
Wow! This poll just screams "We want Greg Pritchard to sing at the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremonies! "...
Sure, classical music is classical, and peaceful, but it can also be quite dull and boring at times. I know I certainly wouldn't want to sit through renditions of classical songs to represent the United Kingdom - I'd rather hear something a bit more upbeat - show the world that the United Kindom are fun and enthusiastic and ready to compete!
If it starts slow, it's going to end slow.
That's my opinion on the matter. - XHeatherLouiseX
We have to keep vote, vote, voting... young Greg is a huge inspiration to all the youth of the world, no matter what their given talent.. that God given Talent, hard work and a great personality can make it all the way. I can't think of anyone more suited to sing for Great Britain and the world at the Summer Olympics... KEEP VOTING...
Greg Pritchard should be at the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremonies, to sing, because he is the ideal choice to represent Great Britain's talented young people (in a different way than the athletics) He is Unique, and AMAZINGLY GIFTED... U need to know music to Really appreciate his range...
Fantastic voice and carisma!V 74 Comments
Related ListsMusic Artists You Would like to Perform at the 2022 Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremonies Music Artists You Would Like to Perform at the 2022 Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremonies Music Artists You'd Like to Perform at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremonies Female Music Artists You'd Like to Perform at the 2018 Olympic Opening Ceremonies Music Artists You'd Like to Perform at the 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies
8 years, 184 days old