Stars of The Voice to give festive concert

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Identical twin singing sensation Classical Reflection are heading to Tockwith next week.

Naomi and Hannah Moxon were quickly snapped up by Kaiser Chiefs lead singer Ricky Wilson when they performed on this year’s BBC1 programme The Voice.

And now the pair, who have appeared in a string of sell out concerts, will perform at Tockwith Church on Saturday, December 12.

They will perform heart warming, traditional Christmas carols in their unique angelic style along with hits from West End musicals Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables.

And they will also be singing some tracks from their Christmas CD, The Night Before Christmas, which will be available on the night along with some advance copies of their new album, The Vow, due to be released in January 2016. Classical Reflection will be joined in concert by guitarist Andrew Clegg.

Classical Reflection are made up of identical mirror twins Naomi and Hannah. “We feel our close connection as twins helps us to harmonise with each other. It’s like singing with yourself,” Hannah said.

Classical Reflection have been performing professionally since they were 16, singing at various events from festivals to weddings, throughout the UK, building a loyal fan base along the way.

Since appearing on The Voice, Classical Reflection have sold out their own concerts throughout the UK. They have also appeared at a number of concerts as support artists and have most recently sung with number one selling soprano Rebecca Newman at her concert in Lichfield.

They are also due to support Charlotte Jaconelli from Britain’s Got Talent at her concert in Worthing next year.

Tickets for the concert in Tockwith on December 12 are priced £12, concessions £10, children 12 and under £6.

To book tickets, phone Harrogate Tourist Information Centre on 01423 537300, Wetherby Library on 01937 582151 or York Tourist Information Centre on 01904 550099.