by Jackie Evancho


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Pittsburgh native Jackie Evancho released her independent debut album, Prelude to a Dream, in 2010 when she was only ten years old, laying claim to the title of the world's youngest opera singer, and her appearances on the fifth season of NBC's America's Got Talent (she finished second) brought her a huge crossover audience. This set, her first for Sony Masterworks' Portrait Records and fifth album overall, was produced by Nick Patrick and features a mix of classical pieces, contemporary pop tunes, and a handful of originals.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/23/2014
Label: Masterworks
UPC: 0888430874220
catalogNumber: 308742
Rank: 2876

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jackie Evancho   Primary Artist
Nicholas Dodd   Conductor
Richard Cottle   Conductor,Keyboards
Pete Davis   Keyboards
Sally Herbert   Keyboards
Nick Patrick   Keyboards
Esbjörn Öhrwall   Guitar
Ian Burdge   Cello
John Winfield   Background Vocals
Shelly Poole   Background Vocals
Budapest Concert Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
James Graydon   Guitar
Nikolaj Bloch   Guitar
Caroline Buckley   Background Vocals
Budapest City Choir   Choir, Chorus

Technical Credits

Giulio Caccini   Composer
Andrew Lloyd Webber   Composer
Sergey Rachmaninov   Composer
Nicholas Dodd   String Arrangements,Orchestral Arrangements,Choir Arrangement
Rick Allison   Composer
Adam Clayton   Composer
Richard Cottle   Programming,Orchestral Arrangements
Pete Davis   Programming
Charles Hart   Composer
Sally Herbert   Programming,Orchestral Arrangements
Ennio Morricone   Composer
Larry Mullen   Composer
Nick Patrick   Programming,Producer
Richard Stilgoe   Composer
Paul Hewson   Composer
Lara Fabian   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Ramin Djawadi   Composer
Michael Scherchen   drum programming
Sharon den Adel   Composer
Budapest Concert Orchestra   Orchestral Arrangements
Robert Westerholt   Composer
Tamás Kurina   Engineer
Martijn Spierenburg   Composer
David Evans   Composer
Johan Oberholzer   Composer
George R.R. Martin   Composer
Vladimir Vavilov   Composer
Stan Kleja   Vocal Engineer
Richard Northern   drum programming
Paul Sumares   Composer
Lisa Venkatrathnam   Composer
Jean-Pierre Steyn   Composer

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Awakening 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Strength, precision, golden sweetness; soaring beauty. This is a quantum leap from her previous album. Jackie takes chances on "Awakening": the more difficult the song technically, the better she does. The echoing effect in the production can be heard as a flaw. It's a matter of personal taste. Still, she achieves great emotive power and makes low-range to high-range vocal shifts effortlessly. "Awakening" is a joy to play.  
tobycalgary More than 1 year ago
Big voice from a small young lady! The little prodigy that made good on her dream! This is absolutely a "must have album"!
mylostsurf More than 1 year ago
Hey world, I love this CD, and so should you. Listen regularly and "live longer" . . . PS, blown away by "Memories"
tiger84 More than 1 year ago
Angelic voice! Amazing 14 year old Wunderkind!  I love Je t'aime  (I love you),  Ave Maria, Vocalise, Dormi Jesu.  A mixture of pop and classical.  Wow!  What a voice!
QuestorCC More than 1 year ago
Jackie is a great natural talent, she is not a classically trained singer, nor does she try to sound like one, she has a lovely soft warm voice that has no harshness of any kind. This album is like listening to a beautiful young lady who is singing just because she loves to do so, her voice never sounds forced or unnatural, but smooth, delicate and precise. There is a good variety of tracks on this album, and I have found it has grown on me allot, there are some tracks that are stronger than others but all are good. Jackie is still only 14 but her voice shows allot of maturity.
StrokSurviror More than 1 year ago
I had my bring this CD to the hospital when I had my stroke and listened to it a lot. The entire hospital staff liked it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Partly pop, partly classical, completely slow.  There's so much reverb that it gets annoying and there's not enough variety to keep it interesting. She does have a pretty voice, but a voice alone doesn't make a good CD.