Naomi and Hannah Moxon are identical twin sopranos.
At 28 years old, Naomi and Hannah perform in some of the UK's most prestigious venues. They've performed numerous times at The Royal Albert Hall, as well as being BBL's official National Anthem singers at the iconic O2 Arena four years in a row to audiences of 15,000. They have also had the honour of singing the National Anthem at Wembley Stadium for the Carabao Cup Final to a packed stadium of over 85,000 fans, including HRH Prince William. In December 2019, Classical Reflection were honoured to sing for The Royal Family at a private event. They have also independently released multiple albums and singles; their most recent release, ECHO, reached number 3 in the The Official Classical Charts and was broadcasted on both Classic FM and BBC Radio stations and their single Till There Was You went in the Official Charts at number 6. In 2018, Classical Reflection were subsequently nominated for a Classical Brit Award for their work in Classical Music.
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On 1st March 2020, Naomi and Hannah performed the National Anthem for the Carabao Cup Final in the Wembley Stadium. This match was watched by HRH Prince William.
Naomi and Hannah appeared on BBC’s The Voice in 2015. Performing Nella Fantasia in the blind auditions, Classical Reflection made it onto Ricky Wilson's team. In the Battles, they performed alongside finalist Emmanuel Nwamadi and later released the song, In The Living Years. Naomi and Hannah's appearance has since gathered more than 6 million views on YouTube.
Classical Reflection have headlined at The Royal Albert Hall in 2017 in aid of Bloodwise, performing for HRH Duke Of Kent. They have also performed in the November of 2018 for Salvation Army and in April 2019 for Music Man Project's concert at the Royal Albert Hall
Naomi and Hannah are proud patrons of the charity Music Man Project, Anxiety UK & Guide Dogs Uk
Classical Reflection received a nomination at the Classical Brit Awards 2018 for The Sound Of Classical Poll, celebrating and highlighting young musicians within the classical genre.