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The King’s Singers
“the superlative vocal sextet”
BBC Music Magazine

Eric Whitacre
“a modern composer who is both popular and original”
The Daily Telegraph

Julian Bliss

Eric Whitacre Singers
“Superlative and compelling performances”



Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir
“viscerally a marriage of art, connectivity and social media”
The Washington Post

Paradise Lost West End Theatre Production
“A roar of youth, speed and metal”
Los Angeles Times

Soaring Leap
“extraordinarily passionate and sincere, never failing to connect performers with each other”
Duke University

CORO: The Sixteen

A Carol for Christmas

Music Licensing & Synchronisation

Recent News:

The King’s Singers: Artists in Residence, Royal Holloway University of London

The King’s Singers are delighted to announce their collaboration with Royal Holloway, University of London as Artists in Residence. They began this term with a wonderful afternoon working with the Chapel Choir as a whole. They are looking forward to their journey with the Choir, and their inspiring Director, Rupert Gough. Rupert Gough, Director of […]

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Recent News:

The King’s Singers: Concerts at Home

The last 3 weeks have seen The King’s Singers visit some extraordinary venues from the stunning Eglise Saint-Pierre, La Réole France to the grandeur of the Grand Philharmonic Hall, St Petersburg Russia. But perhaps the most enchanting of the recent performances was seeing two members of the group performing in their home towns. They first […]

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Recent News:

Julian Bliss live on BBC Radio Northampton ahead of the Malcolm Arnold Festival

Ahead of his performance at the Malcolm Arnold Festival next week, Julian Bliss spoke to presenter John Griff live on BBC Radio Northampton. John Griff will also present ‘The Forgotten Films’ as part of the Festival. The interview is available to listen again for 7 days on BBC iPlayer. The interview with Julian is around 1:17. On […]

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Eric Whitacre returns to Orchestra Hall for 3 nights with the Minnesota Orchestra

Following his collaboration with the Minnesota Orchestra and Minnesota Chorale in April 2014, Eric Whitacre returns to Orchestra Hall for 3 performances on 8th-10th May 2015. The programme, with a heavy focus on contemporary American composers, includes Eric’s ‘Lux Aurumque’ for strings, Jonathan Newman’s ‘Blow it Up, Start Again’, Copland’s ‘Quiet City’ and Steven Bryant’s ‘Ecstatic Waters’. […]

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