Grammy award-winning a cappella group The King’s Singers return to Australia for their ‘Back! In Harmony’ Tour, performing at Sydney’s City Recital Hall this March.
The renowned British vocal group will make their grand return down under, after six years of entertaining audiences around the world.
Originally founded in 1968 at King’s College, Cambridge, The King’s Singers remains one of the best vocal groups in the world. They have won many accolades, including an Emmy, two Grammys and have been inducted in to the Gramophone Hall of Fame.
Their extensive discography, with over 70 full-length albums, represents the group’s determination to provide a new appreciation of classical music whilst showcasing their collective vocal power.
Some of their most recent albums feature incredible renditions of iconic songs from a variety of genres, including ‘Strange Fruit’ (Billie Holiday), “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” (Judy Garland) and “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” (Elton John).
The group is comprised of two countertenors, two baritones, a bass, and a tenor, which is the same formation after 56 years since they first formed. Whilst keeping to their classic vocal grouping, they have collaborated with ensembles and individuals around the world, helping educate through workshops on their unique singing approaches.
On this new tour, audiences will witness almost 500 years of music history in one amazing show. Performing songs from mediaeval to contemporary, folk and pop songs, their skill and repertoire are unrivalled.
From London’s Albert Hall to New York’s Carnegie Hall, they performed at some of the most well-known stages across the globe. The group are excited to return to Australia to showcase their latest work, and for audiences to hear an a cappella performance like no other.
With their versatility, captivating vocal harmonies and lively stage presence, do not miss out on The King’s Singers performing at Sydney Recital Hall on March 18.
City Recital Hall, 2 Angel Pl, Sydney