It's hard to imagine Sarah Brightman could have a single dream left to realize. She's the world's biggest selling soprano, an international superstar as beloved for her staggering vocal range (over three full octaves) as for her impassioned film and stage performances. Over a three-decade career, Brightman has passionately pursued (and achieved) a slew of artistic goals, consistently reinventing herself in order to breach new creative ground: she's sold over thirty million records worldwide, is the first artist to have been invited twice to perform the theme songs at the Olympic Games, and is frequently credited with pioneering the Classical Crossover genre, allowing music once reserved for conservatories and concert halls to seep onto the pop charts. For Brightman, Dreamchaser is the realization of a lifelong journey that began when she was a little girl growing up in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England, dreaming of spectacular, unknowable things. Now, at age 52, Brightman is about to embark on what she calls "the greatest adventure I can imagine." She will be part of a three-person team travelling to the International Space Station on board a Soyuz rocket, where she'll orbit the earth 16 times daily and become the first professional musician to record a song from space. Once on the ISS she intends to become the first professional musician to sing from space! For Brightman, Dreamchaser is a culmination, an ethos - the perfect soundtrack to what's next for her, and what's next for all of us. "Humankind's ability to set and deliver goals combined with the individual's pursuit of their dreams and desires are perhaps the most powerful forces that we know. Believing that something may be out of reach should never stop us stretching for it - the journey should be as rewarding as arriving at the destination."