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4 April 2020, 18:05 | Updated: 5 April 2020, 09:38
Tonight, Classic FM joins Katherine Jenkins as the famed Welsh mezzo performs a Saturday night at-home concert for all those self-isolating or quarantined at home.
With concert halls closed and performances called off for the next few months, some of the world’s most prominent musicians are playing from their living rooms – and streaming it live for everyone at home to enjoy.
Tonight (Saturday 4 April), the brilliant Welsh mezzo Katherine Jenkins is joining the army of musicians to be singing and sharing their music online.
The world-famous classical crossover singer performed a beautiful concert from her living room, in partnership with Classic FM.
Jenkins said of the special performance: “In these difficult times, we have to come together but we also have to feel we are together. That we are united even if we feel alone.
“I’m delighted Classic FM will be joining me tonight for the third concert in the series. I intend to continue on for as long as people out there feel they need the support.”
Watch below as Classic FM joins Katherine Jenkins for an at-home concert.
Join me for Saturday Night Concert no.3! A big hello to everyone who has been here from the start and welcome to any newbies, including the @ClassicFM listeners! Get yourself a drink, settle in and if you’re able to donate anything to support our NHS workers, please follow the link https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/KJFBLive #TogetherAtHome 💖Posted by Katherine Jenkins on Saturday, 4 April 2020
Jenkins continued: “It’s been wonderful to hear stories of those connecting with family and friends to watch it from different places around the UK and also around the world.
“It’s also incredibly important to me to honour the amazing work for our inspirational NHS workers and those on the front line.”
The video is the third in a series of ‘Saturday Night Concerts’ from Jenkins, whose first home concert last Saturday was seen 400,000 times on Facebook.
You can donate to the NHS Charities COVID-19 Urgent Appeal campaign via Jenkins’ fundraising page here.