To mark the start of the North American tour of Great American Songbook, The King’s Singers are doing a one-off performance in the intimate and evocative performance space SubCulture, a subterranean music-and-arts oasis hidden beneath the streets of New York. Seating just 150 people, SubCulture is a new venue that plays host to a dynamic range of performances across the year. and was designed to put the focus on performers and their craft, producing a unique connection between artist and audience.

Having marked the launch of the album in the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall in London, The King’s Singers are thrilled to be able to share the programme in a similar intimate setting in New York. The concert will take place on Wednesday 29 January, doors opening at 6:30pm and performance at 7:30pm. For further information and to book tickets, please click here.