London’s leading classical-crossover girl group and Classic Brit Award nominees, Ida Girls London (often known simply as Ida), swapped the stage for the screen to compete on ITV’s brand-new musical game show Walk The Line with their newly-released single Never Enough.
Ida performed in front of all-star judging panel Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, Dawn French and Craig David on the second episode of Simon Cowell’s new talent show on Monday night with Gary Barlow saying that when they sang together it was “really something quite incredible” and Alesha Dixon saying that she was “genuinely impressed” by their performance and that she “really appreciated” how polished they were.
Ida’s operatic twist on the acclaimed Benj Pasek and Justin Paul pop ballad from the blockbuster movie musical The Greatest Showman pays homage to Jenny Lind, the legendary opera singer who was considered “one of the greatest sopranos of the 1800s” and whom the movie’s character was based on.
Ida, which comprises of Georgi Mottram, Wendy Carr, Jasmine Faulkner and Sarah Vaughan, have performed at prestigious venues across the world including The Other Palace and Live at Zedel in London, West End LIVE in Trafalgar Square, Jersey Opera House, performing for Prince Edward at Windsor Castle and headlining Australian arts festival, Noosa ALIVE.
Ida were Classic Brit Award nominees in 2018 and their critically acclaimed Christmas album Believe achieved success that year in the Official Classical UK Charts.
Their single Never Enough has today been released to iTunes.
More information on Ida Girls London can be found at https://www.idagirls.com.