The Voice stars reveal their link to Norfolk

Classical Reflection will appear at the Last Night of the Blickling Proms.

Classical Reflection will appear at the Last Night of the Blickling Proms. - Credit: Archant

Talented twins with the voices of angels will perform at one of this summer's most eagerly anticipated concerts, it has been announced.

Naomi and Hannah Moxon, from Peterborough, better known as Classical Reflection, will appear at the Last Night of the Blickling Proms on Saturday, August 13.

They were propelled into the musical spotlight following their appearance on BBC talent show The Voice last year with footage of their blind audition going on to receive almost two million views online.

Since The Voice, Classical Reflection have had multiple sell-out concerts throughout the UK and supported other artists, including number-one selling soprano, Rebecca Newman.

The twins, who turned 21 this month, are excited about performing at Blickling having spent many family holidays in north Norfolk as children, including trips to Blakeney – and Blickling.

Hannah explained: 'We have spent so much time in north Norfolk growing up, it will be so special for us to now perform there, with incredible artists.

'It will be amazing to perform at the fabulous Blicking Hall, we could never have dreamed that this would happen. It will be an unforgettable night for us.'

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Classical Brit award winners Blake have already been confirmed as guests at the open-air concert at Blickling Hall.

Classical Reflection, whose debut album 'The Vow' was released in January this year, will appear in the second half when they will sing the beautiful 'E Piu Ti Penso' from 'Once Upon a Time in America' and they will also join Blake for a bit of flag-waving at the end of the evening.

A spokesman for Revival Productions, which is organising the event, said: 'We're so happy that Classical Reflection are joining us at this year's event.

'Their voices are absolutely stunning and they will complete this year's line-up, alongside Blake, perfectly.'

Gates open at 4pm and the concert will start at 7.30pm.

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