Grammy and Emmy award winners The King’s Singers are coming the the Malthouse this May on a global tour with their new programme for 2020 called Finding Harmony.
Singing together binds us together. From the Protestant Reformation in Europe during the 1500s to the U.S Civil Rights Movement, there have been countless moments in history when songs have united nations, cultures and causes. This is still the case in today’s world. 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, to each other and to the places we come from.
I Have a Dream
The Singing Revolution
The Many Sounds of Georgia
Lost Songs of the Highlands
The Musical Reformation
Spear of the Nation
The People Left Behind
In Our Time
Finding Harmony ends with a selection of pieces in close-harmony that show how music continues to unite societies in some of the struggles of today’s world. Reflecting on moments as diverse as the Feminist Movement and the 2017 Manchester
bombings, this concluding chapter is packed with brand new-arrangements that show the prevailing power of music in the
The King’s Singers were founded in 1st May 1968 by six choral scholars who had recently graduated from King’s College, Cambridge. Their vocal line-up was (by chance) two countertenors, a tenor, two baritones and a bass, and the group have never wavered from this formation since.
What really distinguished the group in its early years was its musical diversity. the King’s Singers were a weekly fixture on prime-time television, celebrating popular music never usually touched by choral ensembles, and their unique British charm, combined with their precise musical craft, captured audiences’ hearts the world over. The group has consistently been welcomed on the world’s great stages throughout its history – from London’s Royal Albert Hall to the Opera House in Sydney or New York’s Carnegie Hall – as well as being ambassadors for musical excellence across the globe.
Two Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award and a place in Gramophone magazine’s inaugural Hall of Fame sit among the numerous accolades bestowed upon the group.
2020 sees the launch of their project Finding Harmony taking them around the world on tour.
Patrick Dunachie – Countertenor
Edward Button – Countertenor
Julian Gregory – Tenor
Christopher Bruerton – Baritone
Nick Ashby – Baritone
Jonathan Howard – Bass
The theatre box office and bar will open at 6.30pm for ticket collection, sales and refreshments. The auditorium will open at 7.00pm for the show to commence at 7.30pm.
There will be a 20 minute interval.
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