he World-class voices of Libby Johnstone and Lucy Campbell blend to form Eden. Specialising in Classical /Pop Crossover, Eden have a fresh modern approach to music. Taking their inspiration from Katherine Jenkins, Il Divo, Sarah Brightman and All Angels, they combine each of their influences to create a unique and beautiful act. A Classical/Crossover duo with a difference, Eden create and produce their own arrangements, and are the only duo to focus on modern music by artists such as Metallica, Heart and Take That, combining it with a classical twist, whilst also being able to offer traditional classical music, and songs from the musicals.
Lucy and Libby were first introduced by a mutual friend through Facebook before meeting for the very first time on the beautiful island of St. Lucia in the Caribbean. Since then they have gone on to record 2 albums together with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, full length album "Wicked Game" and Christmas EP "Stardust" are out now and available by contacting us directly.
With over 20 years' experience in the performing industry, Eden have been privileged to tour with their already established show for the past 3 years, with world-wide performances including Asia, Russia, Brazil and the USA. More recent performances include performing to 25,000 live on Sky Sports 1 at the DW Stadium for the Wigan Warriors game, The Soldiering On Awards and the upcoming Champions League Final in Berlin. Together they have performed at some of the most prestigious venues around, including London's West End, Blenheim Palace, The Dorchester, Nottingham Ice Arena, and for the likes of Michael Ball, and Prince Albert of Monaco.
Number 1 single in the itunes download charts “Il Gladiatore” Feb 2016
Eden create their own unique arrangements of modern songs, giving them a classical twist.
All backing is recorded by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
Previous credits include Heineken for the Champions League final 2015 (Berlin), DW stadium, Nottingham Ice Arena, Garrick Theatre (West End London) O2 arena supporting Ennio Morocone as well as performances for Royalty