Opera duo Belle Voci to perform at Challenge Cup Final and conduct semi-final draw

Belle Voci will perform ‘Abide with Me’ at the Challenge Cup final and will conduct the semi-final draw on Sunday.

Formed in January 2015, the opera pair came third in the live final of The Voice and were mentored by Oscar-winning coach Jennifer Hudson.

Whilst on hit show The Voice, they performed to audiences of over 12 million and determined to share and present their innovative view of opera to new supporters.

Emily and Sophie, who make up Belle Voci, are excited to perform in front of thousands of rugby league fans at the Challenge Cup final at Wembley Saturday, August 25.

They said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been selected to perform at the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final.

“It has always been a dream of ours to perform at Wembley Stadium and we can’t wait to introduce Belle Voci to a whole new audience.”

Belle Voci are the first performers to be announced for the Challenge Cup final, with further announcements being made in due course.

The semi-final draw will be broadcast live from the Totally Wicked Stadium on BBC Two following the conclusion of the St Helens v Hull FC game on Sunday, June 3.

And the semi-finals will take place for the first time in a double-header at Macron Stadium, Bolton on Sunday, August 5. Both semi-final ties will be televised on the BBC.

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