Join Sarah Brightman on this spectacular cosmic journey, specially filmed in June 2013 at Elstree Studios just outside of London. This unique, newly created television special is based around the futuristic, otherworldly vision behind the Dreamchaser album and world tour, with its vast, curved screen and featuring many 3D embellishments…
Dreamchaser is the eleventh studio album by English singer and songwriter Sarah Brightman. This album is Brightman's first collaboration with producer Mike Hedges and centres around the concept of space. It was released in Japan on 16 January 2013 and in the United Kingdom on 8 April 2013 to critical acclaim. Dreamchaser reached No. 1 on the Classical Crossover Albums chart, making it the seventh album of Sarah Brightman to reach this chart. It also reached third on the Top Independent Albums chart, marking the first time Brightman has appeared on this chart. Dreamchaser also debuted at number 28 on the World Album Charts, the highest position she has achieved.
Dreamchaser reached No. 1 on the Classical Crossover Albums chart, making it the seventh album of Sarah Brightman to reach this chart. Sarah Brightman began a world tour to promote her Dreamchaser album called Dreamchaser World Tour. The tour started in 16 June and includes stops in China, Japan, South Korea, Ukraine, Thailand, Canada, Russia, Mexico, Finland, Brazil, Hong Kong,United Arab Emirates, Chile, Qatar, Argentina and the USA. This Japanese Blu-ray disc features this show, filmed at George Lucas Stage, Elstree Studios, London.
Dreamchaser is classical crossover superstar Sarah Brightman's first studio recording in five years. The offering was inspired by her decision to become the first singer in outer space. She has already spent time training, and is scheduled to blast off to the International Space Station in 2015. Mike Hedges and Sally Herbert (the latter formerly of the Banderas) helmed these sessions with heavy hands and regal elegance.
Sarah Brightman's The Songs That Got Away delivers what the title promises: a collection of 14 of Brightman's favorite songs that are more obscure to the general public. These little-known show tunes include works by Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim, Noël Coward, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and other great songwriters, making this album worthwhile not only for Brightman fans, but musical theater historians as well.