Julian Gregory joins The King's Singers

It is with enormous pride that we can announce that Julian Gregory (tenor) will be joining us in September this year following the withdrawal of Benedict Hymas from the position for personal reasons.   “We were blessed with a world-class field of singers for this position and are thrilled that Julian has agreed to become...

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World Choir Games, Riga

Today, we have the first of our three performances in Riga, Latvia, as part of the World Choir Games. Tonight we have a solo performance in Arena Riga which sees us performing repertoire ranging from...

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Digital release - 12 July 2014  Physical release - October 2014  Download via iTunes  In our travels we have amassed a wonderful collection of folksongs and popular songs from numerous countries, many of...

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BLOG - 29 Jul , Tim

  Good morning!   Here I am sitting at Saint Exupery airport here in Lyon with the rest of the chaps waiting to board our flight back to the UK.   We enjoyed a wonderful...

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  • Saint Galmier is somewhere we love to return to time and time again - and not least because it's the home of the wonderful Badoit spring water! Sadly we seem to go every 8-10 years or so, and we wish it were more often as the church is beautiful, the audience appreciative, and the food and wine excellent. Last night's concert and rehearsal were great fun, but also very useful to introduce Julian to our touring life. We sang for 10 minutes with Jules, at the end of the rehearsal, and what we heard and felt made us very excited for September and beyond. We have more time to work with him before our summer break, at the forthcoming concerts in Germany as part of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, so those of you who are coming to Paul's last few concerts may well get to meet his successor as well. read
  • Here's another review from our recent trip to Australia - this time about our show in Brisbane! http://www.limelightmagazine.com.au/live-reviews/review-great-american-songbook-kings-singersReview: Great American Songbook (King's Singers)www.limelightmagazine.com.auTreat for the ears from venerable and meticulous English masters. read
  • Off we go to France, to sing in La Batie, near to Lyon. Julian is joining us so that we can start preparation for September. If you want to come along to show your support and meet our fantastic new tenor, we are singing in the East Sussex village of Mayfield on 25 September. This is a charity concert in aid of the Hospice in the Weald, which provides palliative care to those most in need in the South East of England. It's a wonderful cause to support. Tickets will be on sale from 1 August and you can check our website for details of how to purchase from that date. read
  • After two wonderful concerts in Northern Italy, we head home today for a week of rest and preparation. We'll be helping Julian to start his KS journey, as well as learning a few new pieces for the upcoming Schleswig Holstein festival. We're also returning to the Three Choirs Festival next week, one of the finest choral festivals going, so it's an exciting way to end the season! read

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  • So great to be back in Saint Galmier yesterday. Love Badoit. Just four concerts left to go this season. Starting with @3choirs on Thursday!
  • RT @gentsofjohns: Huge congratulations to Gent Jules Gregory, the newest member of @kingssingers !!
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  • So proud of the @BarnsleyChoir for being Champions of the Popular Choral Music category in the Open Competition at the @WorldChoirGames.
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The King's Singers are dressed by Marc Wallace