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Westenra

Hayley (Dee). born 1987, New Zealand singer, known for the purity of her voice in many musical genres
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The crowd were reluctant to let Carreras go and he, along with Bryn Terfel and Hayley Westenra, delighted them all with repeated curtain calls and no less than eight encores before the sky lit up with a magical firework display.
Westenra has included the song on a new album of lullabies and a copy is to be sent to the couple to help them through any sleepless nights with their new arrival, due in July.
This tour features the cream of the musical crop - the legendary David Essex, multi-million selling classical artist Hayley Westenra, winner of the first Britain's Got Talent, multi platinum artist Paul Potts, the grande dame of the West End Ruthie Henshall and G4's high tenor Jonathan Ansell.
(L-R) Sioned Terry and Hayley Westenra wowed the audience Rhys Meirion rests his bandaged feet with Sioned Terry (above) at Gwyl Gobaith before performing (inset L-R)
"Putting on this concert is the best way I know to help - it's my way of giving back to the city that means so much to me," the BBC quoted Westenra as saying.
ley Westenra will be at Symphony Hall on December 20 Matthew Kelly in Spamalot, Alexandra Theatre
Classical beauties Myleene Klass, Camilla Kerslake and Hayley Westenra believe that reality TV has been good for classical music.
This year's appeal, launched last week by Dame Vera Lynn and Kiwi soprano Hayley Westenra, focuses on supporting troops wounded in Afghanistan and helping the families of those who didn't make it back home again.
SINGING sensations Rhydian Roberts and Hayley Westenra have more than just opera in common - they've been DATING, we can reveal.
Schoolgirl Faryl broke a record held by Hayley Westenra, whose debut took Charlotte Church's record in 2003.
Two songs, Heaven, by Hayley Westenra and You Can Close Your Eyes by James Taylor were played during the 45-minute service, with If This is Good-bye by Mark Knopfler played as the congregation left the church.
LONDON A Donmar Warehouse presentation of a play in two acts by Manuel Puig, translated by Allan Baker: Directed by Charlotte Westenra. Sets and costumes, Ben Stones; lighting, Hartley T.A.