What's New: The King's Singers

Aug 22, 2017

The current sextet that makes up The King's Singers.
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Named after King’s College in Cambridge, The King’s Singers is a vocal sextet formed in 1968. There have been 24 members of the King's Singers since the original group was established, and the average length of tenure is around 12 years. They sing all genres of music, accapella and with guest instrumentalists. We’ll hear the King’s Singers in a wide range of music, and talk with their bass singer Johnny Howard on this episode of What’s New.

Today the ensemble travels worldwide for its performances, appearing in around 125 concerts each year. 2018 will mark fifty years for the King’s Singers!