12 Songs, 46 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

10 Ratings

10 Ratings


Mr Salfords

Having already heard a preview of this album, I can safely say that this is simply an astonishing album. Unlike anything else I've heard from this genre, the album takes you on an incredible cinematic and orchestral adventure. Joanna has a divine voice and brings the tracks to life accompanied by a lush choir. There is an incredible variety of songs all with original orchestrations and I hope others love this as much as I do.

To Joanna

Cloé May18

Can't wait for it to come out!

It's a must buy!


Amazing voice,
Refreshing new twist to classical music!
As one of Joanna's loyal fans we are so excited her album is finally here. She is fantastic live and the preview of her album I have listened to is spellbinding. It's a real treat for all lovers of classical music.

About Joanna Forest

Classical soprano crossover Joanna Forest has been pursuing her career from an early age, going on to become a successful performer in multiple disciplines in the world of theater and singing. Born in Epping, Essex in 1977, Forest began to take an interest in performance in her pre-teens, leading to her application for The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts at age 13; in the same year she made her West End debut, playing Collette in Bernadette the Musical. Throughout her teenage years, Forest made multiple theater, television, and film appearances, as well as voiceover work. At age 21, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and at the time was considered one of the youngest-ever sufferers of the disease; thankfully, through treatment and determination, she made a full recovery. As a result, Forest would go on to become a key supporter of the charity CoppaFeel, even performing at a CoppaFeel charity event -- in partnership with The Sun newspaper -- at the Palace Theatre London in 2014. The following year, after a variety of large-scale performances, Forest settled into the studio to record her debut album, featuring extensive collaboration with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Stars Are Rising was released in 2017 via Arts Records. ~ Liam Martin