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Sarah Brightman Cancels 8/10 Appearance At The Show At Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa

June 23
2:30 PM 2014
Sarah Brightman Cancels 8/10 Appearance At The Show At Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa

Internationally renowned recording artist, music icon, actress and humanitarian, Sarah Brightman, is forced to cancel her August 10 appearance at The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Rancho Mirage. Brightman is the world's biggest selling soprano, an international superstar as beloved for her staggering vocal range (over three full octaves) as for her impassioned film and stage performances. Over a three-decade career, she's sold over thirty million records worldwide, is the first artist to have been invited twice to perform the theme songs at the Olympic Games, and is frequently credited with pioneering the Classical Crossover genre, allowing music once reserved for conservatories and concert halls to seep onto the pop charts.

Brightman's career has also taken her to the stage. She is most well known for originating the role of Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera (1986). Other West End credits include I and Albert (1972), Cats (1981), and Nightingale (1982). Her Broadway credits include The Phantom of the Opera (1988) and Aspects of Love (1990).

Brightman released the following statement: "I have suffered a hairline fracture to my ankle and have been advised by my doctors to rest it until September, by which time, it will have fully recovered. I have, regrettably, taken the decision to cancel my forthcoming US dates in August. I truly apologize for any disappointment caused."

Upcoming soncerts at The Show, the Coachella Valley's premiere concert venue, include BOSTON, GIPSY KINGS, PETER FRAMPTON and THE BEACH BOYS. For tickets or further information, visit

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