English soprano Sarah Brightman has invited YOSHIKI to perform on the stage of London’s famed Royal Albert Hall on Monday 11 November 2019, for the final concert of her HYMN World Tour.
YOSHIKI accompanied the world famous soprano in guest appearances at Radio City Music Hall (New York), The Masonic (San Francisco), Dolby Theatre (Los Angeles), and Yokohama Arena (Japan). The show will take place at the Auditorium. Doors for this performance will open at 18.45 and the show will start at 19.30.
One of the songs on the album HYMN, Miracle (Sarah’s Version) – composed by YOSHIKI and performed by Brightman with YOSHIKI on piano – reached the Top 10 on iTunes Classical Charts in 15 countries. Brightman has called the song “the number 1 masterpiece on the album”.
YOSHIKI will return to the United Kingdom for the first time since his band X JAPAN headlined Wembley Arena in 2017. The soundtrack to the award-winning X JAPAN documentary We Are X reached the #1 position on the UK Rock Chart. YOSHIKI brought his solo Yoshiki Classical concert to London in 2014 and gave a live performance of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody at the UK’s Classic Rock Awards in 2015. YOSHIKI previously collaborated on the single Foreign Sand with Queen drummer Roger Taylor.