Aled Jones will be at Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre for a charity concert with all profits going to Chestnut Tree House.
He will be joined by Faryl Smith (Britain’s Got Talent finalist), Classical Reflection (BBC 1’s The Voice) and Concentus (Saturday, April 13).
Organiser Andrew Parsons said: “Aled has been a household name since the 1980s and has enjoyed a phenomenally-successful career in music, radio and television. He will forever be remembered as one of the world’s most successful boy sopranos. He made his professional debut as a 12-year-old performing in Handel’s Oratorio on BBC 2 and BBC Radio 3.
“By the time he recorded Walking in the Air in 1985 he had already released 12 albums. The song which featured in The Snowman reached number five in the UK charts.
“Aled went on to study at the Royal Academy of Music and Bristol Old Vic Theatre before appearing in Joseph playing the title role. Other stage musical appearances include Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and White Christmas.
“Faryl Smith reached the final of Britain’s Got Talent in 2008 aged just 12 years. Since then she has released three successful albums, duetted with Jose Carreras and Russell Watson, sang at various cup finals and performed on a number of occasions for the royal family. She is currently studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
“Classical Reflection are identical twins Naomi and Hannah Moxon and appeared on The Voice in 2015. They have released two albums and performed in various concerts around the country including several appearances at the Royal Albert Hall.
“Concentus are a popular and talented 70-strong choir from Eastbourne who have performed in many charity concerts and performed before an England rugby match at Twickenham.”