Well, this is an exciting day. As if a four hour drive from Washington DC to New York City that started at 11pm last night wasn’t enough, we’ve been singing with over four hundred singers from all over the world today – from places as diverse as Chile, South Africa and Australia. They’re here to sing with us on the main stage at Carnegie Hall tomorrow night, as part of our 50th anniversary celebrations. The singers are being directed by two of our very own King’s Singers of yesteryear: Simon Carrington, the original 2nd Baritone, and Bob Chilcott, our tenor between 1985 and 1997. (Did you know that our tenor role is the only one that’s been sung by five different people? Every other part has only had four.) The performance should be incredibly special, sharing the stage with so many people who love singing like we do. Right now, we’re off to rehearse again – there’s a lot to cover! But if you’d like to hear some fantastic music sung by us and this wonderfully international group of singers, including new anniversary commissions by Nico Muhly and Bob Chilcott, then do come and join us at Carnegie Hall at 8:30pm tomorrow!
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