Classical Review: The King’s Singers, Haddington

“Dressed in identical grey suits, with ties of purple, pink, yellow, red, scarlet and pale grey, the King’s Singers stepped on to the stage at this year’s Lammermuir Festival. I say this not because it matters what these superb vocalists were wearing, but because their attire so perfectly sums up their musical output: a unified, harmonious whole with flashes of pure individuality.”

Kelly Apter, St. Mary’s Church, Haddington – Lammermuir Festival, UK, September 2013

Read the full article on The Scotsman website.


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