Sarah Brightman’s album Symphony scores at UK charts

Mumbai: Sarah Brightman’s first album of new material in five years Symphony, continues to stay into the UK Top 20 at 13, instantly becoming the soprano’s highest charting album since her 1997 release Timeless.
The album has already garnered a remarkable set of chart accolades around the world, including a spectacular debut in the US Billboard Hot 200 Album chart at 13 (Brightman’s highest charting record in the USA). It hit number one in Mexico and the US Billboard Classical Chart, the top five in Japan and Canada and top ten across Europe.
Released by Charisma/Manhattan EMI on 14 April in the UK, Symphony is a 14-track collection of all new songs, including duets with Andrea Bocelli, KISS’ Paul Stanley, Alessandro Safina and Fernando Lima.
A world tour will commence at the end of the year, kicking off in Mexico and moving across the USA before Christmas. UK shows are planned for 2009.