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Choral Ensemble King's Singers

Choral Ensemble King's Singers



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Founded at King's College in Cambridge in 1968, the King's Singers are one of the world's most sought-after and acclaimed vocal ensembles. The King's Singers are: David Hurley; countertenor, Robin Tyson; countertenor, Paul Phoenix; tenor, Philip Lawson; baritone, Chris Gabbitas; baritone, and Stephen Connolly; bass. This extraordinary vocal ensemble is equally at home singing Renaissance madrigals, transcriptions of orchestral classics, folk music in various languages, and popular songs; this wide-ranging repertoire is reflected in the ensemble's more than 70 recordings, which have won several Grammy nominations. The King's Singers are familiar to American television audiences through their numerous television appearances, including Evening at Pops with the Boston Pops; their own six-part series entitled The King's Singers Madrigal History Tour, broadcast on A an Emmy award-winning ABC Christmas special with Julie Andrews, Plácido Domingo, and John Denver; and numerous appearances on the The Tonight Show and NBC's Today show.

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