Album Info

On Monday 18th February 2008, EMI Classics UK releases ‘Myleene’s Music for Mothers’, the second album in the ‘Myleene’s Music’ series compiled by Myleene Klass.

Following the success of the No. 1 best-selling ‘Myleene’s Music for Romance’, this beautiful new album of classical music has been specially created for mothers of all ages. The 2-CD set is compiled from the EMI Classics catalogue, with the added bonus of two tracks performed by Myleene herself on the piano and recorded specially for this collection. These two tracks are the popular ‘America’ from West Side Story, written by Leonard Bernstein and Ennio Morricone’s ‘Chi Mai’, known best as being the theme tuneto The Life and Times of Lloyd George.

New mother Myleene says of the album “This album’s not just for new mothers like me, but for all mums, nanas and even ‘mummies to be’! All mothers deserve some time to relax and treat themselves and I made this album with exactly that in mind!”

The past twelve months have been nothing short of sensational for Myleene Klass. Since being crowned ‘Queen of the Jungle’ on ITV1’s successful ‘I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here’ reality show, Myleene’s career as a TV and radio presenter has gone from strength to strength. The past year has seen her present “Saturday Night Divas” for ITV1, “The One Show” and “The People’s Quiz” for BBC1 as well as CNN International’s movie show “The Screening Room”. She will also be hosting ‘New Year Live’ on BBC1 this year. Myleene also hosts her own Sunday evening national radio show on the Capital network from 8-10pm as well as presenting the Classic FM Breakfast Show every Saturday and Sunday morning. Myleene’s natural charm on television also caught the eye of the directors of M&S who quickly signed her up to be the face of their 2007 advertising campaign. Myleene now adorns billboards and M&S windows across the country as well as appearing in their TV advertising campaign alongside such luminaries as Erin O’Connor and Twiggy.

Myleene was a professionally trained classical musician long before she was spotted by the creators of the pop band Hear’Say. Myleene began playing the piano and her grandfather's violin at the age of four. She studied voice at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she also added harp to her repertoire. After completing her studies Myleene then won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music where she later graduated.