||This article needs additional citations for verification. (December 2009)
||This article may contain excessive, poor, or irrelevant examples. (December 2009)
Operatic pop is a subgenre of pop music that is performed in an operatic singing style, or a song, theme or motif from classical music stylized as pop. The term popera and adjectives poperatic and popical (for "pop classical") are used by some media editors and music reviewers. The actual word 'popera' was a term used by sadler well opera back in later 1960`s as seen in lord mayor of London parade later coined by Scott Paul-Young a British theatre agent to best describe the music that was being created by producer Malcolm Middleton and performed by the opera girl band 'Milan' for the first time at The Hippodrome, Leicester Square, London on the 9th August, 2001. Malcolm Middleton created the idea of an opera band mixing traditional opera with contemporary pop and dance music earlier in 2000. This unique package of a 'pop' boy band or girl band singing in an opera style later inspired acts such as Il Divo and Amici Forever.
Operatic pop solo singers 
Operatic pop groups 
See also 
External links 
*http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0693577/ The Scales of Justice the saint clips of lord mayors show has an float showing popera from Sadler Wells .
popera was a term used by sadler well opera back in later 1960`s as seen in lord mayor of London parade