Over the years it has been an honour to perform for many members of the Royal Family at private and charity occasions. The most special and memorable must be a private and intimate occasion in Windsor in the presence of The Queen – so intimate that there were corgis at our feet. One barked during the rendition of Papageno’s aria – the baritone knelt down and serenaded the dog, which The Queen loved. Rest in deserved peace your Most Gracious Majesty.
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