Richard Harvey, 34, stunned a tearful audience outside the A&E department with the ‘emotional’ performance last week - during the final clap for the NHS.
A video shot at the scene showed a silent crowd of doctors, nurses, police officers and members of the public listening awe-struck as the talented crooner belted out the classic songs.
Dad-of-three Richard told how the amazing renditions ‘went down well’ while another onlooker said the recitals ‘had everyone in tears’.
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Worksop’s Got Talent winner Richard told how the hospital contacted him after he performed for the clap outside his home.
He said: “It was emotional - especially seeing the nurses and doctors there.
“I got a real adrenaline buzz which I’m still feeling now.”
Electrician Richard told how he only discovered his talent after singing a few lines of Nessun Dorma during karaoke on a family holiday in Rhodes in August last year.
He added: “The words to the songs are quite touching - especially Nessun Dorma because that means let no-one sleep.”
The enchanting recording has so far been viewed over 30,000 times on Bassetlaw Hospital’s Facebook page.
A spokesman for the hospital wrote: “As the clap for carers comes to an end, what a finale we have had at Bassetlaw Hospital. Thank you to Richard Harvey for entertaining our colleagues this evening and thank you to our local communities for their support.”