The King's Singers

Finding Harmony

The King's Singers

Talk: Finding Harmony

For over half a century, The King’s Singers have been entertaining audiences all over the world with their virtuosity and trademark British flair. The two-time Grammy and Emmy Award winning a capella group perform around 120 concerts every year, with a vast repertoire from madrigals to modern music. On January 31st, the group released their latest album, "Finding Harmony" - although to them it's much more than just a collection of songs. The King's Singers discuss what it's like being part of such an historic group, Finding Harmony, their incredible charity, and beyond. They perform six songs from both new and old work, sharing their signature style and energy.

The King'S Singers

The King’s Singers were founded on 1 May 1968 by six choral scholars who had recently graduated from King’s College Cambridge. Distinguished for their musical diversity, the King's Singers use of popular music rarely touched by choral ensembles combined with their precise musical craft has captured audiences’ hearts the world over.

Finding Harmony

Finding Harmony is evidence that music has always been our common language. A unique collection of pieces that span the globe – including music that’s too often forgotten – each song is the key to a powerful true story about who we are and how we’ve got here. Together, Finding Harmony proves how deeply we can be moved by all kinds of stories when songs connect us to them, and to each other.

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