Best Classical Crossover SingersWhich one do you think is the best Classical Crossover Singer?
Classical, gospel, country, pop, even some doo-wop. Makes no difference. He can sing it all. His whole heart goes into any song he sings. The way he can be so expressive brings music to life. He's just all around a good guy and great singer.
David is the greatest of all time, no matter what he sings. I have been following David for years and have many of his CDs and DVDs. If you are ever able to see David in person, do so. You will receive the greatest blessing.
David is not only the best tenor in gospel music today, but he is also the best classical tenor!
She is the future of popular American sopranos. In addition, she has an amazing range of genres, from hard rock to R&B. The sky is the limit for this young talent.
Jackie makes sopranos so much more listenable with a subtle vibrato and lack of shrillness in the upper registers.
Simply the most beautiful singing voice in the world.
Among the women, Sarah is in a league by herself. Nobody brings what she does to the musical table. On a scale of 1 to 100, Sarah stands alone near the top with Katherine Jenkins coming in at about 75. Jackie Evancho and Charlotte Church rate in the sixties, with the rest below the 50 mark. Sarah Brightman's DVD 'Symphony: Live in Vienna', heard via a quality sound system, is unquestionable evidence of her musical standing.
Not only a living legend for what she's achieved in The Phantom Of The Opera and Requiem, Sarah Brightman is hands down the champion on this list and an all-round global artist.
Ever the class act and absolute professional performer, she is in humble servitude of music. And that's what makes her iconic.
She's the only one. Nothing compares to her wide spectrum. Pop, gothic, musical, classic - she can do everything with her voice.
There is no singer like Dimash. Not after hearing him sing in the 2019 Minsk European Games Opening, "Olimpico." After hearing him, there is no other powerful voice like his. Hear it for yourself if you don't believe me on YouTube.
He has a unique technique and range, in addition to which he is subject to all musical vocal genres - from opera to rock, jazz, rap, and so on!
Dimash not only sings splendidly in all styles and genres, but somehow mixes them splendidly in one piece, which is unique in itself!
With her pitch-perfect octave range and natural melody, Hayley Westenra has the perfect combination of talent. She always presents with a professional, refined stage presence that carries her beauty and sophistication. Most other female singers of the modern age should look and learn from her.
I love her voice. I bought one of her CDs. Since I bought it last year in December, so yes, I bought her Christmas CD. The Christmas CD that I bought is Winter Magic. I like the songs from that CD.
She used to be a classical singer, but she switched to pop in 2005? I don't really know.
The singer with the wonderful voice.
Sissel, when only the best will do.
First becoming notable as a live performer in British dining and drinking commercial business, his already obvious vocal tonality and range gifts caused listeners to suggest that he consider adding more classically oriented music to his memorized songs. Again, his apparently easy capacity to learn new and even non-English language songs began serving him well.
Russell is capable of presenting his voice in such strikingly different ways within moments within the same song that, as a recording listener, you would quite reasonably think that two different singers were performing a duet. Seriously strange duality. He can jump from what sounds like a full-blown classic operatic tenor voice to a playful but competent pop sound, probably within the same breath. He's quite competent and comfortable with both.
Freddie Mercury understood well how it is possible to pleasingly combine pop sounds with classic operatic sounds within specific songs, and Russell shares that insight as well. Comparing voices is somewhat like comparing flowers. Lots more taste than objective standards in comparisons. Russell's voice is one of the wonderful flowers we are lucky to have available in our lives.
Brilliant. What a wonderful voice.
The first time I heard her sing was on Britain's Got Talent, and I thought that I was listening to the most beautiful singer in the world, so beautiful that she brought me to tears. I got to meet her in person also and couldn't believe that I was actually meeting my all-time favorite singer. I was so excited to meet her in person.
Mark Vincent won Australia's Got Talent in 2009 at the tender age of 15, when he already possessed the voice of a grown man. His version of "Nessun Dorma" at aged 15 is mind-blowing! Since winning, he has released seven albums, one with fabulous Australian artist Marina Prior, all charting extremely well. Mark has also had roles in two musicals - "Dirty Dancing" and "My Fair Lady" - and he has been the special guest of Dame Katherine Jenkins on two of her concert tours.
True to his Italian roots, Mark Vincent has a commanding, glorious voice, an engaging personality, and he's very easy on the eye. He sings in both English and Italian, and his concert tours are magical. He has the best male voice I've had the pleasure of hearing since Luciano Pavarotti.
I attended one of his concerts recently, and his voice is so big it could power an aeroplane! It's such a beautiful, majestic voice. He even sang a little without a microphone, and it's almost as powerful as when he sings with a microphone. A voice in a trillion.
In terms of sheer vocal beauty, Lanza's voice was and still is the "gold standard" by which others must be judged to be considered among the best tenor voices ever recorded. His recordings inspired Pavarotti, Domingo, Carreras, and a list of others that could fill a page. No other has had and still has other tenors creating recordings to present their versions of Lanza's memorable recordings.
I personally own more than a dozen of those "tribute to" Lanza CDs, and the same was true back when vinyl was the main recording medium. It's easy to find Lanza errors, including mispronounced words and silly stuff that should have been edited out by recording staff rather than released as permanent recordings. But in terms of astonishingly beautiful tonality, his performances have yet to be even equaled. One problem was that he knew it, which was probably largely responsible for him acting like a spoiled brat.
She's an amazing, one-of-a-kind soprano! In addition to being a singer, she's a songwriter, classical and Irish dancer, dance teacher, producer, pilot, actress, and philanthropist. I went to one of her last tour's concerts, and she was stunning!
Her vocal range extends throughout 3 full octaves plus 3 semitones (E3 to G6). Her ancestry includes Italian, Spanish, Irish, Arabic, and Japanese blood. She has won several awards in different countries, singing in over four languages. Her songs range from opera to pop, from Irish Celtic tunes to Gothic crossover. She plays the piano, Irish and transverse flute, harp, and percussion.
She has very long dark hair, is so young, and extremely multi-talented! I never get tired of listening to her music! She's like an angel!
Here Like a Dream version is the most beautiful I've ever heard after Caballé!
He is the pioneer with "Light My Fire" and his English debut album winning two Grammy Awards, and his well-recognized "Feliz Navidad". His collaboration with DeBarge in his famous "All This Love" on the guitar. His "Chico and The Man" and his collaboration with Quincy Jones on "Old Turkey Buzzard" theme song from McKenna's Gold movie. He has performed with the best symphony orchestras worldwide. He sings in Italian and Spanish.
Keedie is a Soprano with a 3-octave range. This lady can sing anything with superb tones and emotion. Has worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Diane Warren, Whitney Houston, Diana Ross, Tina Turner, and many more artists. Super stardom is surely just around the corner for this beautiful lady.