Natasha Hardy is a classical crossover singer from London, England. Trained in both classical and contemporary traditions, Natasha writes her own material in which her classical voice seamlessly unites the contemporary/operatic divide. Her musical influences come from Enya, Renee Fleming, Hans Zimmer and Enigma to name but a few.
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Recent achievements from her debut album, ‘Lost In Love’, include being nominated for ‘Best Vocal Album’ by One World Music Radio, ‘In Too Deep’ receiving ‘Upload of the Day’ on BBC Radio Oxford, winning ‘Song of the Week’ award on Spirit Radio Ireland, and ‘Strong’ being placed as the closing theme for Feature Film Viking Destiny starring Terence Stamp.
Natasha Hardy’s most recent single, Bright Eyes, reached Number 4 in the iTunes Classical Charts on its release. Previous radio support includes BBC Radio, Spirit Radio, Calon FM, Women’s Radio Station, and Christian Radio, among others.
Into The West is the second single released from a collection of hand-picked cover songs by Natasha Hardy. Combining classical, Celtic and folk influences, Into The West is the second single in this series.
Opening with a beautiful, meandering piano line and gently building with the elegant orchestral arrangement, Natasha’s classically inspired take on Annie Lennox’s Lord of the Rings theme song takes you back to the magic of Middle-Earth.
To find out more, go to: www.natashahardy.com
Written by: Darren Y