Awards & Winners

Sarah Brightman

Date of Birth 14-August-1960
Place of Birth Berkhamsted
(United Kingdom, Dacorum)
Nationality United Kingdom
Also know as Sara Brightman, サラ・ブライトマン, Angel of Music, Sarah Hellmann, Hepsibah
Profession Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Film Producer, Dancer
Sarah Brightman is an English classical crossover lyric soprano, actress, songwriter and dancer. She has sung in many languages, including English, Spanish, French, Latin, German, Italian, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Catalan and Occitan. Brightman began her career as a member of the dance troupe Hot Gossip and released several disco singles as a solo performer. In 1981, she made her West End musical theatre debut in Cats and met composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, whom she married. She went on to star in several West End and Broadway musicals, including The Phantom of the Opera, where she originated the role of Christine Daaé. The Original London Cast Album of the musical was released in CD format in 1987 and sold 40 million copies worldwide, making it the biggest-selling cast album of all time. After retiring from the stage and divorcing Lloyd Webber, Brightman resumed her music career with former Enigma producer Frank Peterson, this time as a classical crossover artist. She is often credited as the creator of this genre and remains among the most prominent performers, with worldwide sales of more than 30 million records and 2 million DVDs, establishing herself as the world's best-selling soprano of all time.

Awards by Sarah Brightman

Check all the awards nominated and won by Sarah Brightman.


Nominations 2000 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Echo Award for Best National Rock/Pop Female Artist Eden


Nominations 1998 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Echo Award for Best National Rock/Pop Female Artist The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection


Echo Award for Best Single of the Year (National)
Honored for : Time to Say Goodbye (feat. Andrea Bocelli)


Nominations 1988 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical The Phantom of the Opera