She's not bad actually, I liked her attempt on Brahms, though in her age, you can hear that her voice isn't matured yet, what is quite essential for classical music and she has to work on her pronouncation. You're probably right saying "we won't know for a few years".
I still wondering the song choice on her album? I did saw your post at HWI forum. It's good to see someone love Faryl like I did. At Hong Kong not much people go into classical music, especially for the artist so young. But it was interesting to see how she growing up isn't it?
I'd love to know the track listing myself, I must admit! I'd assume it'll be Faryl's version of a Christmas album, seeing as 'Winter Wonderland' is a fairly famous Christmas-y song and the album cover screams 'Winter Album'. Judging by the stuff on her debut, though, I suspect she'll go a slightly less conventional route than most.
I can't even begin to imagine how good she'll be as a singer when she hits her twenties. I'm really looking forward to finding out, though! Interesting it will definitely be!
Total agree with you about Faryl's christmas album. Probably Silent night will put on the CD as well. BTW on twitter I saw Faryl was on Ready steady cook against with Aled Jones. Do you know who's win? Should be interesting to watch But I can't find any video So kindly if you can tell me the result.
Apparently it will include "a very special duet O Holy Night" - I can't help wondering if that'll be the much speculated upon duet with Jose Carreras? Weren't they supposed to do something together, at some point? From the way they're describing it, I will be disappointed if it's some minor TV celeb or something...
Yeah, sadly you're probably right, Jacky. Though Katherine Jenkins would probably be majorly exciting for Faryl herself. Jonathan Ansell... Well, he can sing, but he doesn't exactly excite me, if I'm honest. He's not bad, but he's no Paul Potts.
I wonder if Faryl's record company will forbid her to play football, now? They have a lot of money riding on her continued good health, after all.