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Katherine Jenkins: 5 Things You Don't Know
The season 14 cast of Dancing With the Stars cast was announced on Tuesday, and joining familiar faces such as Maria Menounos, Melissa Gilbert and Sherri Shepherd is one you may not have seen before -- Katherine Jenkins. Here's the scoop on Mark ...

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Rather, it's Katherine Jenkins, the 31-year-old Welsh-born opera singer who we learned Tuesday is one of the new competitors on the next season of Dancing with the Stars, as the high-pitched hottie will take to the floor with Mark Ballas.

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FILE - In this Jan. 7, 2012 file photo, British singer, Katherine Jenkins performs at the New Oxford Theatre, Oxford. Jenkins will be among the 12 celebrity contestants on the next season of the ABC dancing competition, premiering March 19.

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By THE WASHINGTON TIMES The new cast, which also includes tennis player Martina Navratilova, “Melrose Place” actor Jack Wagner, telenovela star William Levy, operatic singer Katherine Jenkins and “Extra” co-host Maria Menounos, was announced Tuesday on ...

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What Are Some Great Songs? by Q: hi,im looking for some really cool songs.they should be meaningfull and so on and please not latest katy perry or beyonce. i know them. im looking for some older music e.g.: whiskey lullaby,kiss me,its a long way (to the top if you wanna rock and roll) these are the artist that i am looking for but ithers wil also be appreciated *acdc * taylor swift * any country music * dolly parton * katherine jenkins or any other cool ones. thanx! oh,i know this question is complicated,but its diffucult to explain which typeof music im looking for

A: Everybody wants to change the world, but no one wants to die. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zm8xIo_2Aok&feature=related

What's your favorite music genre? by Angel Q: Next to country, for those whose favorite is country... And not only genre, but your top favorite artists in that genre. Mine is hard to name, I guess Classical/Crossover is the best way to put it. I listen to a lot of Sarah Brightman (personal fave of all music), Andrea Bocelli, Katherine Jenkins, and a lot of show tunes, especially Andrew Lloyd Webber. (Classical fans get angry and very offended if you call these people Classical, but Pop fans have never heard of them, so it's difficult to categorize).

A: Before I answer the actual question, I used to hate country music...now, I can't get enough of it! That is, REAL country music! Nowadays, my favorite genre is country. Next to that, my favorite genre is definitely rock. Some of my favorite rock artists are Badfinger, Tesla, Scorpions, Iron Maiden, Cinderella, Jackyl, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Eric Johnson, Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many more! Don't get me wrong though, I also love blues and jazz as well other genres such as Celtic music and classical. Overall though, I listen mainly to country, rock, blues and jazz.

britain vs america + canada? musicians? by mj hart Q: hi im english and i am doing a essay about english and american performers and musicians. i can't decide who has teh best music, america and canada has Dolly parton, bonjovi, shania twain, celine dion whiney housten + more britain has elton john, duffy, katherine jenkins, used ot have beatles, leona, paul potts, susan boyle, amy winehouse, lilly allen, Julie Andrews, + more i cant deicide as my two favourite artists are elton john and dolly parton lol plzz help me decide

A: Wow, that's an odd/random mix you choose to quote! Paul Potts?? Whiney Housten haha, susan boyle!? I'd say that possibly the one area Britain still holds some kind of international sway is in performing arts. While everything else comes down around our ears, British musicians and film makers continue to innovate and push boundaries. Not karaoke BGT/Xfactor talent show singers or vast budget crowd pleasers, but actual home grown bands and film makers willing to be individual.

Is it normal to be upset about this? by Q: I used to be quite an admirer of Katherine Jenkins. I'm aware that there are better singers - I particularly enjoy Joyce DiDonato's voice - but Jenkins occupies a different genre, and as such her voice was quite pleasant in its way when she sang material suited to her. In addition to that, she seemed the epitome of class, beauty, good humour, and sense of duty. Unfortunately her voice has developed into something that is very hard on the ear - her vibrato is quite unpleasant and her gasping for breath is painfully obvious. Why has she allowed this to happen to her voice? Wouldn't one expect, working as she should with a professional singing teacher through her entire career, that her voice would improve over time? Also, I'm very saddened at the route she is taking in other areas. Stripping for GQ was one, and the drugs scandal was another. Also, I find myself almost unable to recognise that these two videos feature the same person: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXXPIpwpyNQ (2009) and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tj0v3p0Z8ZI (2008). What on earth has she done to herself? Why has she gone down the tacky route? I'm a 19-year-old guy, so it probably seems like this stuff shouldn't bother me, but it does: I'm angry and upset that I was sold a lie for years. Is this normal?

A: It's a part of growth. As we grow older we learn that many of the people we admire may not actually fit the fantasy we might have formed about them when we're younger. We tend to idolize people we admire, and we only "see" what their public relations people want us to see. Katherine Jenkins has always been a very technically bad singer--especially when it comes to the classics. She does have a rather pretty sounding voice--but despite actually going through some sort of training when she was younger--she seems to have relied more on her looks than her talent. She's just THAT bad. Really. Joyce DiDonato, on the other hand, is one of the top mezzo-sopranos in opera, and one of the most admired and respected not only by hardcore classical musical fans, but by other singers as well--and certainly by THIS singer (me). Jenkins could do well in lighter, more pop genres of music, but occasionally all the praise by the uninformed and by her own publicity machine, might have gone to her head and she actually believes she is a real opera singer on par with those who perform on legitimate opera stages all over the world. Other than perhaps during her school years, I don't believe she's ever performed in a full-scale opera production at all. Not everyone can sing opera. You really have to have the sheer volume for it, and even with a microphone (which opera singers don't use), she really must push like crazy to get the sound out. Soprano Sarah Brightman was another casualty of too much pushing, in my opinion. Her light, clear soprano was perfect for Broadway and it was suited for the "New Age" type songs she also was famous for. But Brightman herself apparently knew--even if her fans did not--what those operatic arias were supposed to sound like. Why else would she work so hard to create a much bigger, heavier sound? I heard her on a television show and was simply shocked at what happened to that lovely voice! Age alone does not explain away the drastic change, even though you might expect a few very high top notes to disappear. If it makes it easier on you, just listen to Jenkins' better recordings and leave it at that. I don't listen to Maria Callas recording made after a certain date either (after she really developed that wobble). I prefer Ella Fitzgerald's recordings she made in the 1950's at the peak of her artistic and vocal strength (her voice was pheonomenal then). Pick and choose. I've learned to appreciate Wagner's music recently when I avoided it because he was a horrible human being. No one really "lied" to you. You just figured out the truth, that's all. And sometimes the truth isn't pretty. By the way, her boobs are real either.

Do you consider Cecilia Bartoli to be talentless? by MissLimLam Q: I guess I should explain that a bit more. I, and most other people in the classical section here, consider such artists as Katherine Jenkins, Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli to be awful and talentless 'fop' who are popular only because of looks, or good marketing to an uninformed audience. The question is, do you think the same of Cecilia Bartoli? She certainly has good marketing, and is not the best singer (Those trills!!) but she seems to be held in higher regard than, say, Kathrine Jenkins. I for one admire her, because despite her terrible technique she is at least interesting to listen to, and then theres the added bonus of her doing unusual repertoire that I happen to like! Haha, glad that people agree with me! :P I adore her... although the trills and the R's are annoying (that's a better word, thanks Malcom!).

A: While Cecilia Bartoli has never been one of my favorite singers, I would certainly NOT label her as talentless, nor would I put her anywhere near the same category as the overinflated, overrated Katherine Jenkins. She is a legitmate opera singer for one--having performed many mezzosoprano roles in major opera houses all over the world. The day that Miss Jenkins appears in a Rossini production at the Metropolitan Opera (as Ms. Bartoli has done) would be the day I expect to see the Devil buying ice skates at the local mall-because Hell just froze over! As for Bartoli's annoying "trills" and "R's--those trills are appropriate for the type of coloratura roles she is especially esteemed for. As for the R's--well, she IS Italian, so give her some slack for pronouncing Italian like an Italian. French singers roll their R's more than non-native singers of French songs too. I don't like the way she sings runs--I find there's a bit of a "gug-gug-gug" sound that seems to be hard and jarring. But that's just my preference--some others would say that she is extremely precise in hitting the individual notes in a highly ornamental passage. Don't hate her because she's beautiful. That's what Jenkins fans are always using as an excuse! That opera singers and fans hate Jenkins because of jealously. That all the other opera divas are fat and ugly! Having physical beauty doesn't make you an opera singer, any more than a lack of ugliness excludes you from being an opera singer. Bartoli is (to me), a beautiful woman graced with a beautiful, warm voice and deserves her accolades. And remember...I also said she isn't even one of my favorite singers! Still credit for her artistry is due! I wish I had only a fraction of her talent--gug, gug,gugs and all.

Survey # 16!!! =)? by Chris4925 Q: My 16th survey! Please star if u like it! 1. Do u like grapes? 2. Do u like classical music? 3. Look 2 the left, what do u see? 4. Which side of ur body do u lay on 2 go 2 sleep? 5. Do u like elephants? Mine are: 1. Luv them! 2. Luv it! Katherine Jenkins, Sarah Brightman and Andrea Brocelli! 3. My alarm clock 4. My right side! 5. Luv them!

A: 1.YES!!! 2.I LUV IT!!! 3.My ipod! :P 4.My left.... 5.YES I DO! :)

Anyone think it worthwhile to compile a list of trigger words which make off-topic Q's end up in Classical? by petr b Q: You know, those key words when a user relies on the Y/A software to place the question in a category, like: piano / opera / sheet music / notes / tabs / orchestra / symphony / symphonic. And 'artist' names from non-classical genres which seem to do the same; Andrea Bocelli / Sarah Brightman / Katherine Jenkins / Yiruma / Richard Clayderman / Yann Tiersen / even Yanni ( wtf!?!) / John Williams (of film scores) / Video game musicians and composers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_vid… et alia.... along with Genres and some key titles of pieces for which there are FAQ's: Bella's lullaby / Final Fantasy / Reqium for a dream, etc. And if that detailed list were sent to Y/A central along with an appeal to revise that software, might anyone there actually pay it some attention - or is that just too painfully naive a wish / expectation? Anyone think it worthwhile to compile a list of trigger words which make off-topic Q's end up in Classical? You know, those key words when a user relies on the Y/A software to place the question in a category, like: piano / opera / sheet music / notes / tabs / orchestra / symphony / symphonic. And 'artist' names from non-classical genres which seem to do the same; Andrea Bocelli / Sarah Brightman / Katherine Jenkins / Yiruma / Richard Clayderman / Yann Tiersen / even Yanni ( wtf!?!) / John Williams (of film scores) / Video game musicians and composers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_vid… et alia.... along with Genres and some key titles of pieces for which there are FAQ's: Bella's lullaby / Final Fantasy / Reqium for a dream, etc. And if that detailed list were sent to Y/A central along with an appeal to revise that software, might anyone there actually pay it some attention - or is that just too painfully naive a wish / expectation? If it was effectively changed, would 'we' be deprived of a sort of entertainment, or just relieved of a source of annoyance and frustration?

A: I think the entertainment value is very significant, but you're right: it is severely irritating. I have seen people swear blind on YouTube videos of classical crossover singers "WHAT SHE DOES IS CALLED OPERA!". They will never learn on their own, so some action is needed. I think this is a great idea.

What do people from the classical music/opera world think of classical crossover & pop-opera singers...? by me, myself, and I Q: ... like Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, Katherine Jenkins, Charlotte Church, Sarah Brightman, Hayley Westenra, Il Divo, Mario Frangoulis, Amici Forever etc? Why do I get the impression that most classical music/opera people really despise the genre and its artists, esp the "purists"? I could understand if most people in the opera world object towards singers like Katherine Jenkins and Charlotte Church, but what about the Three Tenors? Luciano Pavarotti, Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo are all established opera singers with great operatic vocal to match, yet they also branch out to pop music and have many fans outside their loyal fans from the world of opera. How do most people in the legitimate classical music/opera world view that? I'm not trying to defend those classical crossover/pop-opera singers. I'm asking coz I simply wanna know, that's all. I do agree that in terms of singing technique, the REAL opera singers still vocally reign. You cannot compare Katherine Jenkins to Cecilia Bartoli, for sure LOL. Heck, they don't even need microphones to sing. For me, that's like WOW! But is it so wrong if an opera singer also branch out to other genres than opera/classical music? Is it bad if an opera singer tries to put some pop music element in his/her music? For the most part, I agree with you, RawrDisco!

A: I am a "purist" of sorts whenever it comes to things like musical theater/opera. But It's not like I don't love the commercial stuff either. The fact of the matter is, there is room for both. It's when the commercial stuff starts to thwart and overtake the quality of the classics that you have a problem. Like, Britney Spears playing Mimi in "La Bie Boheme" would piss me off. Kind of the same way when Ashlee Simpson played "Roxie Hart" in Chicago. I don't feel she was qualified at all to play the role and in my mind... was a cheap trick to drum up publicity. This ain't the Pussycat Dolls. You don't just get up there and shake your butt while singing mediocre music. You work and sweat... and hopefully graduate from the chorus, hah.

Is it alright??? by Miss Mountain Q: to like Katherine Jenkins and dislike Sarah Brightman? I have no idea about vocal training or anything like that, so maybe Sarah Brightman is technically better or something, but I just prefer Jenkins' voice to listen to. That said I hated Jenkins' "Habanera" and LOVED Brightman's "Fleurs du Mal"

A: Well, yes it's ok. However, if Jenkins looked like te back of a bus she wouldn't be half as successful. What is amazing about Sarah is that she has two voices, really. She can produce a pop, contemporary sound, but she can also blossom out into a light soprano. The soprano part of her voice can go up to an E natural above high C. She doesn’t sing it full out, but it is there. Of course, she has to dance while she is singing some of the time, so it’s all the more extraordinary. She sometimes deploys both her pop and classical voices in the same song. One example is "Anytime, Anywhere" from Eden, a song based on Tomaso Albinoni's Adagio in G minor. In the song, she starts out in classical voice, switches to pop voice temporarily, and finishes with her classical voice. Brightman's music is generally classified as classical crossover. Katherine Jenkins wants to responding to people's increasing boredom with pop music and I'm sure you'll agree that she does. But Katherine Jenkins says she also wants to be respected by people who are already lovers of classical music and I feel that this is something she doesn't do. while Katherine Jenkins' voice is gentle and wholesome, it's also heavily produced and we don't hear any variety in tone. So, she's great for getting people into classical music because of her warming voice - maybe this is why you prefer her? You say you have no idea about vocal training, which is fair enough. So, from this perspective, I can tell you that Jenkins would not be considered a virtuoso whereas Brightman would. Interesting question.

Choose for me NOW!!! For homework next week...? by Emilie Q: Can you choose someone for me to wrte about out of these: ZiYi Zhang Guo JingJing Katherine Jenkins William Shakespeare Pocahontas Christopher Columbus I want someone I can write a lot about but no-one else will write about them.

A: I chose Pocahontas as a story of an Indian woman who saved John Alden from certain death by a hostile Indian tribe. I think that her story is interesting because after that incident, she went to England and contributed to the Europeans understanding about the colonies, the native tribes, and America. Also, there are many web pages about Pocahontas on the Internet.

A better female opera singer? by m☺☺nie l☺☺nie Q: Sarah Brightman or Katherine Jenkins? thanks!

A: these ladies do not sing opera, they sing either musicals or "poperas". If you want a real opera singer with a light high voice, look for recordings by Kathleen Battle, Barbara Daniels, Natalie Dessay, the late Beverly Sills, Dame Joan Sutherland. These ladies all sing "coloratura" soprano, they hit the highest notes. If you want sopranos who are lightweight in sound, but less high in range, look for Renee Fleming, Kiri te Kanawa, Mirella Freni, Helen Donath.

What are ur 5 fave songs? by Chris4925 Q: Mine are: 1. Silencio - David Bisbal 2. Time to say Goodbye - Katherine Jenkins 3. Umbrella - Rihanna 4. Rule the World - Take That 5. Home - West Life I also love 'Please Remember Me' by Tim Mcgraw, but it didnt quite make the list!

A: 1. FeRgaliciouS- fergie 2. sHUT up And dRiVe -rihana 3. Kiss kiss- chris brown 4.Show sTopin- danity kane 5. We belong together- mariah carey

should i apply for x facter 2009? by ohaiguiz Q: i'm 16, female and i have a high, kind of classical sounding voice i usually sing stuff by people like like debbie harry, katherine jenkins, billie holiday, nina simone and emilie autumn and i'm not a belter like leona or alex i really want to but i don't know if they'll think i'm original or just weird and not commercial enough

A: You will never know unless you try at the auditions. Good luck.

Is "Canto Della Terra" a classical song? by Jessica Q: For solo and ensemble, we have to do a classical or a folk song, and I really would like to do Canto Della Terra, originally by Andrea Bocelli. I'm doing the version sung by Katherine Jenkins, which I guess is the same one. But I don't know if it's classical or not, and my teacher told me to find out on my own time, so...yeah. If it's not classical, then I'll be disqualified if I do perform it. Please help me :D!!

A: Yep, I'm afraid you'll be disqualified.

Is this idea pathetic? by Q: This girl who I fancy is a fan of Katherine Jenkins. I can't afford any this CD that she would like. I've made her the CD with those songs, the cover and the features. I plan to woo her over. Is this pathetic? Will she like it?

A: It's not pathetic at all. I, personally would appreciate it a lot. Because is doesn't matter how much money you spent on a present, what matters is the gesture ;)

Female classical crossover songs? by lonesome|aloof|wretched|entity Q: Hello there! Could you guys kindly give me a list of your 10 (or 20 or as you like it...if you're too kind... :D) best songs of female classical crossover artists such as: Hayley Westenra Sarah Brightman Sissel Kyrkjebo Katherine Jenkins Charlotte Church (NOT her pop songs, please...) Celtic Woman Tarja Turunen And other female Crossover artists you know. :) THANKS!!! I'd appreciate it very much. :D

A: Oh God, eargasm! That's an insanely beautiful list! Haha (and I'm thrilled to see Tarja on there, she's my favorite vocalist!). I can't pick my favorites so here's just a list of the first song to pop into my head: Tarja Turunen - I really couldn't pick just one song ... she's done a Christmas classical album, her own rock album, plenty of classical performances, and even sang in a metal band (Nightwish). But she tops my list anyway! Sarah Brightman - "Anytime, Anywhere" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK3sXYqnC9w Sissel - "Summer Snow" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwDaiGEdn0w - from Summer Snow soundtrack Charlotte Church - "Creating 'Governing Dynamics'" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL75tjckYQo - from the movie A Beautiful Mind Hayley Westenra - "Prayer" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvuZ9j9gzlQ Also you might want to check Operatica out. They mix classically-inspired electronic music with operatic female vocals. "Solvejg's Song" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFSmgYI9lJs "Melancholy Rose" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eyznth1i0qA Delerium does too, they're amazing! "Aria (ft. Mediæval Bæbes)" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2i1mQahs2c "Angelicus" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqUb3L1IRYA

Does anyone else in their teens/20s like popular opera? by Sir Hoochalot Q: Stuff like Il Divo, Katherine Jenkins, Hayley Westenra, etc. I just feel as though it's not a typical genre of a younger person to like. Love this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cm7EBrYuGnY&feature=channel

A: I'd have to listen to it more. It is beautiful. I do like stuff like it. Actually listening to it more, it's pretty awesome. Pretty much anything we play in Marching band or the Orchestra plays, I listen to for fun now. Like Phantom of the opera, Sweeney todd, etc. Like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWPHgcM0-AE "come un lampo de vida" which is in my name a lot has to do with it, and I love listening to my part :D I've never been too mainstream anyways.

Help me plz!! Do anynone have backing track of Angel song? by Q: As the title, I really need backing track/karaoke/instrumental of Angel in the version of Katherine Jenkins. Does anyone have a link or any file I can download and get the copy of it? Please I need it so bad. If anyone got some clue, answer plz!! I found just the version of Sarah Mclachlan

A: It's possible that you may have the title incorrect. Here is a site where you can download the instrumental of the song "In The Arms of an Angle" by Katherine Jenkins: http://www.karaoke-version.com/mp3-backingtrack/katherine-jenkins/in-the-arms-of-an-angel.html Here's a site where you can download the karaoke version of this song: http://www.karaoke-version.com/karaoke/katherine-jenkins/in-the-arms-of-an-angel.html

Now Choose One, Someone I can write a lot about? by Emilie Q: Who can I write a lot about? Katherine Jenkins William Shakespeare Pocahontas Please choose ONE for me Choose one that other people won't write about though

A: Who is Katherine Jenkins http://www.katherinejenkins.com/ Is it this one? Pocahontas probably fairly easy to do. http://www.apva.org/history/pocahont.html Bill (William Shakespeare), probably a plethora of information plus the many arguments about who he really was. I like the second one - Pocahontas

Where are these photos from? by Crystal Mandie Q: Big night out or something? I didn't know Steph knew Sara? http://www.ok.co.uk/gallery/1428/Big-Brother-9 http://www.ok.co.uk/gallery/1428/Big-Brother-9/2/ Also, do you think Alex Gerrard looks like Katherine Jenkins?

A: They're all big brother 9 contestants which probablyy means it was a big night out with all of them =] Steph & Sara probably got to know each other via the other contestants in BB9. Other pics in that gallery look as if they;re from photo shoots so it could be that =] I do think they look like each other Hope I Helped =]

Isn't this the most beautiful rendition of I Will Always Love You ever? by Sir Hoochalot Q: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkIP2gbc4MM It's Katherine Jenkins, the Welsh soprano, singing it in Italian. The only rendition it doesn't beat is Dolly Parton's heartfelt original. Even Whitney's is not a patch on this.

A: Wow, that was beautiful...thanks it was a good way to start off my morning.

How do I get my eyebrows like this? by True Star Q: I really like Katherine Jenkins eyebrows in the picture below but wondered how I would go about this - my eyebrows are slightly thicker than hers so I is thick enough to get them like that. Does anyone know how I could do it? Like a step by step. I don't want to go to a Salon as from past experience they always do what they want to do. Thank you. xxx http://www.katherinejenkinsusa.com/images/Katherine_Jenkins_Green_Top_007.jpg

A: When plucking eyebrows you want to make sure the length of the eyebrow is the same length as your eye. Never pluck from the top. If you want you can first draw them out on your eyebrows with a brow pencil and use that as a guide line. The good thing about tweezing is that it is one hair at a time, kind of hard to mess that up!

What are the vocal ranges of these classical singers? by Q: I'm writing an essay comparing modern day opera/classical/crossover singers, but I need to know the vocal ranges of these singers, I've found all the lesser known ones but am really struggling with these, and any help would be much appreciated :D (vocal range as in C4 - E6, not just mezzo-soprano, soprano, contralto) Katherine Jenkins Rebecca Caine Anna Netrebko Kiri Te Kanawa Diana Damrau Claire Moore

A: Er... The premise of the essay is rather iffy. One can hardly compare the vocal ranges of classical/opera singers with those of pop/cross-over singers since the latter sing with the aid of artificial amplification (microphone). It makes a big difference! With amplification and without the expectation of having to have complete control of the notes one sings it is a lot easier for pop/cross-over singers to claim to have extraordinarily high notes. In classical/opera singing, you can only count the notes you can sing in complete control loud enough to be heard without amplification from any seat in an (opera or concert) auditorium. Classical/opera singers also don't list their exact vocal range (at least the smart ones don't)... Unless you get to be a fly on the wall listening to them vocalize before a performance (they generally vocalize up or down to 1/2 or a full note above and below what their working range is), you can really only guess at the range based on what sort of roles they sing. You'd expect a lyric soprano like Kiri Te Kanawa to have an easy C6 and can get down to B3. Anna Netrebko is something of a lirico-spinto soprano who sang some really high roles before, but has dropped those since she started having kids. I'd guess she has B3-C6 (and might be able to still interpolate a D6 every now and then). Diana Damrau used to have secure B3-F6, but considering that she had dropped the Queen of the Night from her repertoire because the F's are no longer comfortable for her, I'd guess she has B3-E6. I've never heard any of the others on your list without amplification, so no comment on them.

What song did Kirstie Alley (and Maks) perform to during the classical music show of dancing with the stars? by Q: Katherine Jenkins performed with orchestra

A: Kirstie and Maks danced the Waltz to "The Flower Duet" by Léo Delibes' Lakmé. and scored 22. It was a classical night and I think they should do this more often.

Who do you think is the most beautiful woman in the world? by Rosie B Q: I know most people would say Cheryl Cole or Megan Fox, but I actually think that Katherine Jenkins is the most beautiful.. maybe that's just me, but who do you think is the most beautiful?

A: Dido Armstrong she is also a great singer (a)

Do you like Katherine Jenkins? by Q: Hello Everyone, Check out the new classical singing star Jess Kirby... http://www.youtube.com/user/jesskirbymusic

A: Indeed I do, I don't see the relevance though? That girl's not at all like Katherine Jenkins!

Poll: Andrea Bocelli or Katherine Jenkins? by Kingdiana Jones Q: Zsa*Zsa* Galore: I'm totally with you there. I first heard there soulful duet seven years ago and it always tears me up. The absolute power and emotion they bring to Time To Say Goodbye (Con Te Partiro) is beautiful to say the least :)

A: Andrea Bocelli is my favorite.....but I love when they sing "Time To Say Goodbye" together! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_drVJTJT_GI&feature=related

Name of song in this youtube video by Katherine Jenkins? by Phil Q: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQS6XQOhNh0 the actual singing begins at 5:30 , thanks

A: Gortoz A Ran-J'Attends thats the song and who it's by (hans zimmer also lisa gerrard help!) It's beautiful lovely!

If Katherine Jenkins was really that bad, then how did she manage to win so many awards & talent competitions? by me, myself, and I Q: Have you ever read her biography in wikipedia or anywhere else? It somewhat a bit confusing to me. I know that she is pretty an infamous figure in the opera/classical scene and many real opera musicians/experts despise her & consider her only a poser. Well, if she was really that bad, then how the hell did she receive so many awards and win so many competitions? I just don’t get it. I’ve listened to her & I do agree she’s not that good. But I’m baffled at the fact how she managed to achieve these: - when she was little she achieved Grade 8 distinctions in singing and piano - she was a member of the Royal School of Church Music Cathedral Singers, where she achieved the St Cecilia Award, which was & still is, the highest RSCM award for female choristers - she won the BET Welsh Choirgirl of the Year - she won the BBC Radio 2 Welsh Choirgirl of the Year contest twice - she was also awarded the Pelenna Valley Male Voice Choir Scholarship for the most promising young singer - she won a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London - not to mention she won Classical BRIT Awards for Album of the Year twice in a row & she now stands as the first female artist to win two consecutive Classical BRIT Awards. I also read that when she was a little girl, she shattered a chandelier when she hit the high notes while singing "O Holy Night" at her local church (dunno if it’s true, though). I’m just confused. I mean, it would’ve made sense if she won awards for “Top Selling Classical Artist” or “Most Favourite Classical Artist”, yet she bagged the top prizes for, what I can see, legitimate singing competitions. How did she do that? If she really is lacking in the talent department, then how did she manage to win all those talent competitions? p.s : Again, I’m not trying to bash or defend Jenkins. I don’t like her but I don’t hate her either. I ask bcoz I’m confused, that’s all. LOL Thank you, Helen C. Yeah it surprised me as well that she won the scholarship to the Royal Academy and actually graduated from there, when there are so many opera people who reject her. LOL I dunno, del_icious man_ager, I've never really heard those competitions before so I dunno about the level of their prestige. Perhaps you can tell me what are the vocal competitions considered to be the most prestigious or the most respected in opera/classical music?

A: The reasons for her success? 1 Media hype: a gullible public will believe what they're told they should 2 Good marketing: See someone's face (and chest!) everywhere and people think they're good 3 A pretty face 4 A large bust They are the reasons. Not a lot to do with her talent, of which she has only a mediocre amount. Notice that she can only since everything as loudly as possible? No nuances, no shaping, no real phrasing, very little real musicality. Some people seem to think if you can sing loudly and hold notes a long time you're a great singer. I don't think 'choirgirl of the year' awards amount to very much, do you? There's a huge amount of difference from being a good choirgirl and a decent adult solo performer.

POLL: Who do you prefer Katherine Jenkins or Sarah Brightman??? by philkillen Q: Thank you.

A: Sarah Brightman is awesome she does the best Ave Maria ever my absolute favourite song of all time. http://youtube.com/watch?v=yXuw9icKXnU

Songs like Katherine Jenkins' "Tell me I'm not dreaming"? by Q:

A: No, it's just song lyrics lol.

Is @KathJenkins Katherine Jenkins' real Twitter? by trekkiebeth Q: It looks real because there are behind the scenes photos, but it's not a verified account. Um, ok. I figured this would be the category for people who know about Katherine Jenkins. I thought a Twitter category would be for questions about how to use Twitter.

A: That's definitely a "twitter" Q and not one concerning classical music. Best repost to the appropriate section, which certainly isn't here. All the best,

Do you know any classical/operatic pop singers, like Sarah Brightman, Hayley Westenra, or Katherine Jenkins? by Vicky Q: I'd like to find some similar artists. Sarah Brightman: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmS41_JdVLg Hayley Westenra: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6cCSI_-5fE Katherine Jenkins: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qp2Njyd9678 Thanks. Lmao, I've only heard like one or two songs by each of these people. Would you mind maybe, oh, I dunno, listing some REAL singers then? =/

A: Anna Netrebko may appeal to you. She is quite modern in that she has made video clips of opera songs but at least she can sing better than those you have listed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iLqXZHO45o http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0HaDXu4M0U http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZzC6e6olCY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1ELC9RBsqM&feature=related And of course, there is Sumi Jo...a "real" opera singer : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3j1IGnM-eJs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAj9R3BwhCw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjZ8fBGtMaI

Can anyone help me find out what this song is (by Katherine Jenkins)? by Sir Hoochalot Q: I came across it Youtube a while ago and I wish I put it in my favourites because it's beautiful but I can't remember the name of it. I'm pretty sure she covered it and that the original was sung in English. Her version isn't though, I'm pretty sure. It's not her version of I Will Always Love You. Can anyone help? Sorry I can't give more details. If anyone could post a list of all the songs she has covered, that would be very helpful. Thanks.

A: I'm guessing Quello Che Faro ... I guess Italian is better than Bryan Adams' English http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBcj0gqWcZE

In case you think Katherine Jenkins has one shred of decency left...? by mephistopheles Q: think again. Just flicking through my TV guide I notice this new dross that's been retched forth that I just figured I'd share. This coming Friday 15th, television channel ITV1, 2100 hours: 'Pop Star to Opera Star' synopsis: "A crossover singing contest in which eight established pop stars, (doesn't divulge who though it hardly matters) mentored by mezzo Katherine Jenkins and tenor Rolando Villazon,learn to perform operatic arias accompanied by a large orchestra." Any one else find the whole idea thoroughly pointless and rather depraved? fare-thee-well mephistopheles Dear Petr,ha ha alas I need one for football which I'm addicted to. Whether it be from La Liga,SerieA,our English Premier League and so forth, It's the only reason I own a TV and predominantly the only thing I watch on it.

A: Katherine Jenkins? Teaching opera? Oh. my. word. I'm hoping that I've misunderstood this. I guess this is a bit relevant, but has anyone seen this site about Katherine Jenkins? http://welovekatherinejenkins.blogspot.com/2007/07/must-have-for-every-katherine-fan.html#links I've already ordered my Katherine Jenkins toilet scrubber! (haha! Her face is on a toilet scrubber, seems rather fitting!)

Is true that Katherine Jenkins' acceptance to the Royal Academy of Music, London, was due to a mistake? by me, myself, and I Q: I heard rumors circulating in the internet that the Royal Academy in London mistakenly gave her a scholarship because they initially thought she was a cello player. Is that true? Was Katherine Jenkins entrance really was an error? Or is it just a rumor spread by her haters? Is there anybody who can clarify this rumor to me? If it's true, then how the h*ll could that possibly happen? How could a prestigious music college like the Royal Academy made such a fatal mistake? I wonder what their reaction was once they found out about the "oops.." they made. Did they even ever try to expel her? p.s: I'm not a Katherine Jenkins fan/hater. I just simply wanna know. That's all. Thanx. Btw Katherine Jenkins is a mezzo-soprano singer from Wales, in case you don't know her.

A: Actually, no that is not true. Jenkins won the scholarship at age 17 fairly. The RAM in London fully knew she was a vocalist. There has been speculation, though agreed MERELY SPECULATION.

Is true that Katherine Jenkins' acceptance to the Royal Academy of Music, London, was due to a mistake? by me, myself, and I Q: I heard rumors circulating in the internet that the Royal Academy in London mistakenly gave her a scholarship because they initially thought she was a cello player. Is that true? Was Katherine Jenkins entrance really was an error? Or is it just a rumor spread by her haters? Is there anybody who can clarify this news to me? If it's true, then how the h*ll could that possibly happen? How could a prestigious music college like the Royal Academy made such a fatal mistake? I wonder what their reaction was once they found out about the "oops.." they made. Did they even ever try to expel her? Thanx in advance. p.s: Katherine Jenkins is a mezzo-soprano singer from Wales, in case you don't know her. And just to clarify things here, I'm NOT her fan or hater. I ask coz I just simply wanna know. That's all.. LOL Thank you, del_icious_manager! Wow you really hate her guts, don't you? LOL LOL LOL

A: Rumours such as this abound about all sorts of people. I don't know the answer but I would surmise that, a few years ago, when a young woman of 18 years of age, she would have had a voice good enough to get through an entrance exam to the Academy. It's a shame that other more musical, sensitive and talented singers are still struggling to get their careers on track while Jenkins, aided by her large breasts and media and marketing hype, makes a lot of money belting out anything that's put in front of her as loudly as possible without any apparent understanding of the words she is singing. Edit to questioner: Glad you found my answer amusing ;-) No, I don't hate Katherine Jenkins. I don't even know her. She might be very nice. However, I abhore what she stands for: third-rate wannabe people who make a lot of money - not because they are particularly talented (and most are not) but because cynical record company marketers see they can make money out of them. These 'artists' are best represented by the genre that has now become known as 'popera'. YUCK! Rant over!

Are there any Katherine Jenkins fans/haters here? Howcome so many people seem to hate her? by me, myself, and I Q: Okay first of all, I'm NOT a fan of Katherine Jenkins. But I do like opera & classical music, although I dunno much about it. I'm not an opera/classical music expert nor do I have a background in music. Anyway I notice that many people esp. from the opera world seem to really hate Katherine jenkins. Many said negative comments when she signed the largest record deal in UK classical recording history. Critics even called her “the worst opera singer wannabe”. Wow! Is she really that bad? Am I missing something here? I saw her performance a few times on TV and to me she wasn't that bad. Definitely not the best but I wouldn't call her bad either. But then again, as I previously admitted, I'm not an expert so who am I to judge that. Why is that so many people seem to hate her? What's wrong with her? Is she really that bad? Is it bcoz of her "unconventional" look (pretty, skinny & doesn't look anything like the typical big-framed opera singers)? Does this mean that in order to become a great opera singer & win accolade & recognition from fellow peers, u have to be big-framed as well? P.S: I’m not trying to defend Jenkins nor am I looking for some justification for her. I don’t wanna create a catfight either. I’m asking bcoz I simply wanna know. That’s all! I know that my questions may show my ignorance but the truth is I really don’t know. So I would really appreciate if u can reply nicely. Thanx in advance… Thank u del-icio, I really like ur answer. I'm asking this question not bcoz I like Katherine Jenkins. It's just that everywhere I go online in any forums, messageboards, youtube etc, I always read negative things about her esp from the people who consider themselves opera lovers/experts. Btw yes I am aware of the fact that Katherine Jenkins doesn't sing opera. Perhaps the correct term is classical singing rather than opera. And about big-framed singers, it's not that I think singers must be big-framed. It's just that I notice among the "opera lovers/experts", I get the impression that they kinda underestimate the (pretty) skinny singers compared to the big ones. Like Anna Netrebko. I dunno if it's just out of jealousy or is it really bcoz she's not that good. Oh and I also notice that most skinny/petite singers are usually lyric/coloratura singers. I've never heard/seen a slender singer with dramatic voices. Perhaps their small frames are not cut out for big dramatic voices?

A: Like most of the so-called 'crossover' artists, Katherine Jenkins is decidedly second (or maybe third) rate. She has a mediocre voice, an uncontrollable over-large vibrato and can only sing in one way - loud. Her record deal acknowledges more the huge sums of money the record company will make out of her than anything to do with her 'talent'. Her popularity lies in the general public's bad taste and willingness to be duped my marketing and media hype, a pretty face and a very fullsome figure with two very notable attributes. I don't know where you get the idea from that 'proper' opera singers are big-framed. Yes, there are 'big' singers (as there are big people in all walks of life) but I know plenty of small singers. She could not cut it in the real opera world as she is not nearly good enough. People's objections largely come from the fact that she is a product of cynical marketing to a gullible public while many good singers strugggle to make ends meet in the 'real' world of opera and elsewhere in classical music (which, unless you're a mega-star, is NOT at all well paid).

Katherine Jenkins, what am I missing? by mimi Q: I have been listening to opera for about 6 years now. For sopranos and mezzo-sopranos, I love Maria Callas, Renee Fleming, Anna Netrebko, Cecilia Bartoli, etc. I'm not an expert in Opera and no knowledge of technical stuff. I just enjoy the music. Recently, I came across Katherine Jenkins and people just rave about her. I listened to her several times on youtube and I just don't get it. She is pretty and all but her voice didn't do it for me. What am I missing? I want to hear answers from opera buff. Thanks.

A: she has a lovely trained instrument but you are missing content .... meaning she sings all the words but none of the meaning to theses words ... the easiest way to explain this is just listen to her version of Dolly Parton's (she wrote the song) I Will Always Love You and Dolly's version each note of Katherine's version is beautifully placed and produced but there is no meaning to the words, Dolly's version you feel the sadness she feels in saying goodbye note to Greenandpink have you seen any of those sopranos/mezzos actually perform live Bartoli is a very entertaining and engaging on stage but vocally a bit sloppy, Gheorghiu is not and vocally she has pitch problems in the upper and lower range the middle range is uncertain at best (her studio recordings some of them are excellent), Renee on the other hand is given reserved characters for the most part (Strauss and Mozart) but when she is allowed to let loose like in Carlyle Floyd's Susannah she can break your heart and pull your emotions like the best of them, Callas never saw her (I am not a fan) but take any live recording between 1950 and 1953 and you can hear how opera should be sung, Sutherland is a goddess in her own way, Kathleen Battle is nothing special there are dozens of light sopranos that can eclipse her technique and actually can sing on the big stages without being miked, Sarah Brightman is a pop singer with annoying glassy voice ,,, please don't send a newbie that way

What did Katherine Jenkins perform on This Morning? by Q:

A: According to the broadcaster, ITV1, it was "Bring me to Life". http://www.itv.com/lifestyle/thismorning/showbiz/katherinejenkins/ All the best,

What are some artists that are similar to Katherine Jenkins, Il Divo, Westlife and Breaking Benjamin? by Acidburn Q:

A: Listen to Andrea Bocelli- i don't really like classical stuff, but he is amazing. the best albums are Sogno and Romanza.....

Can someone suggest some Katherine Jenkins songs? by Angel Q: I've just heard a couple, and liked them. Also, what's yall's take on her? Please don't bother telling me I should be in the "Pop" section, because no one there knows who she is. Thanks. :)

A: 1) She has never written a song. 2) She is not a classical singer. 3) I will bother telling you to be in the "pop" section. 4) I will also suggest the "other-music" category. 5) I will say that my take on her is not a good one.

Why do people dislike Katherine Jenkins? by trekkiebeth Q: I first saw her on the Doctor Who Christmas special and looked her up because her voice is so beautiful. I love everything I've heard from her so far. Why does there seem to be so much hate toward her from some people?

A: Yes, I've seen hatred expressed toward her... at fora like Youtube... And even here (even if it is done subconsciously... like characterizing her as a "classical cross-over sell out"). I think it is a mixture of... 1) She dares to enjoy singing opera and classical numbers as well as pop music. Some people can't stand the idea that others can enjoy cross-over music without lessening their enjoyment of pure pop or pure classical/opera music, and they tend to also be unable to resist this strange urge to try to dictate what others can or can't like. 2) Many of her (and other classical-pop crossover stars like Brightman or Church or Bocelli or Potts) fans insist on mislabeling their favorite crossover singers as 'opera stars'. Not only that, some of them even insist that these crossover singers are much better at singing opera and classical stuff than bona fide opera/classical stars like Callas or Pavarotti were - never mind that they (the fans) know next to nothing about opera or classical singing/music in the first place. Of course, the ire should be directed at these subset of misguided fans rather than the singers themselves (as far as I know, they themselves don't go about trying to pass as opera stars. And most have a healthy respect for the actual opera singers who can sing stuff that they can't), but being a lover of classical music/opera doesn't automatically make a person logical or sensible or even nice. 3) Some opera/classical singing fans are just jealous of the lavish popular attention bestowed onto the crossover stars in comparison to the scant one paid to at least equally deserving real opera/classical singers... And the crossover stars are the natural scapegoats for their resentment. Does the truth hurt? :-P

Am i the only one who thinks Katherine Jenkins ruined Evanesence's amazing song "Bring me to life"? by ßЭϽϽȺ✖ Q: That song was amazing and legendary...before Katherin Jenkins came along and decided to ruin it with her un-natural high and annoying voice. Ugh. I really dont like her, stupid opera diva.

A: I totally agree, her voice is too high, slow and it sounds unnatural

Do not stand at my grave and cry- Katherine Jenkins lyrics? by Dave & Leah K Q: The song by Katherine Jenkins "do not stand at my grave and cry" I cannot find the lyrics ANYWHERE on the internet! I find some basic lyrics from the literal poem, but it is not the lyrics by her. Does anyone know where I can find these???

A: Try www.lyrics.com

What do people think of opera singers like Russell Watson and Katherine Jenkins? by Q: They seem to get a lot of hate but they sound like awesome singers to me

A: I don't know who Russell Watson is and I could have easily looked him up, but I think I know a lot of singers like him considering the other responses. I do know who Katherine Jenkins is. I don't even think that she is a particularly good pop singer. In fact I can't fathom why, since she did apparently have some formal training, and a rather pretty sounding voice, that she isn't a better singer technically than she actually is! For example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzKdRf4bS1Y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqY7Se5bFmw&feature=related (I love how she manages to "sing' on her video without even opening her mouth. Compare her singing live) The original Evanescence version, plus a live acoustic version with Amy Lee (lead singer) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YxaaGgTQYM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bc00qPujRjg&feature=related I delibertately pick a non-classical song here to make a point. Jenkins, for all her pretty face and voice, is an insipid singer. Her voice is weak as her ability to perform anything with any real feeling or emotion. And this? Why? Why? For GAWD'S SAKE, WHYYYYYY!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msWgD63B9e4&playnext=1&list=PL58084FD9B46E3240 Does she even understand what this song is even ABOUT? This the kind of thing that gives opera a bad name. I think people admire mediocrity because it's easy to achieve it. Anyone with a relatively pleasant voice can "aspire" to sing like Katherine Jenkins (but they better have the names of her plastic surgeons as well if they hope for a career). Not very many people can dare hope to sing as well as true operatic mezzo-sopranos like Teresa Stradas, Tatiana Troyanos, Frederica von Stade, Marilyn Horne, Christa Ludwig, Joyce diDinato, Christine Rice, Cecilia Bartoli, Denyce Graves, Elina Garanca, etc. etc. Here's comparing Jenkins to another "crossover" singer. Notice how many extra breaths Jenkins takes compared to the other singer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MyDIJTf6ZY&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OggoeByxrDg And in opera? Jenkins is completely out of her league. This famous aria from "Carmen" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7a7yb3dWhJs A real opera singer--Elina Garanca. Her "heavier" timbre is typical of a true operatic mezzpo-soprano. I even picked a thin singer for those who harp about THAT too. You can be slim and still have a big, rich voice. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGFUKsv1epk&feature=related

What song did Kendra wilkinson dance the vinesse waltz to sung by katherine Jenkins april 11th? by Q: Dancing with the stars

A: It was in Step Brothers........Sung by Will Ferrell. It was bugging me too, that's why I started searching for it!! "Boats & Hoes"!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YN_YObM_pbo

What are the lyrics to "Song to the Moon" by Katherine Jenkins? by Ghost of a Siren Q: I can't find them anywhere, only the foreign lyrics from the opera Rusalka. Thanks, whoever does. I really would like to sing it.

A: Beautiful song! I just discovered it and I think I want to learn it, too. I love Renee Fleming's rendition but I can't sing in Czech! Silvery moon in the velvet sky Your light shines far in the heavens Over the world, wandering Gazing in human dwellings Over the world, wandering Gazing in human dwellings Oh, once in awhile, stay with me Tell me where is my love? Oh, once in awhile, stay with me Tell me where is my love...where? Tell him, oh, tell him, silver moon That in my arms, I enfold him Tell him he dreams to tangle me Even if only for a moment Tell him in dreams to think of me Even if just for a moment Shine on in reverie Shine on him Tell him, oh, tell him I am here, waiting Shine on in reverie Shine on him Tell him, oh, tell him I am here, waiting If a human soul should dream of me May he still remember me on waking Dear moon, oh, shine for him Shine for him Shine, oh, shine for him Best of luck!

Why does Katherine Jenkins have a career? by Q: Katherine Jenkins isn't a Fiorenza Cossotto, Dolora Zajick or an Elīna Garanča. Why does Katherine Jenkins have a career?

A: LOLOL...I wonder the same thing! People liked her performance in Phantom I guess? However, her interpretation of operatic arias is just plain ridiculous. She has the voice of a freshman voice major...if that. I squirm when I hear her sing anything legit and get rather annoyed when people mistakenly call her a mezzo soprano... She's one big classical mess who wouldn't last 10 minutes in an actually operatic production!

Katherine Jenkins? by Miss Mountain Q: Is it true that she was accepted into the Royal Academy of Music due to a mistake? Whoa...

A: me too.

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