The King's Singers

Wisconsin Union Theater

Date
Saturday, April 14, 2018
Time
7:30-11 p.m.
Location
Shannon Hall, Memorial Union
Description
The King's Singers is this season’s Fan Taylor Memorial Concert. The King's Singers are widely acclaimed for their charm and diverse repertoire which includes over 200 commissioned works from the world's leading composers. Additionally, The King's Singers have commissioned arrangements from a breadth of musical genres: jazz standards to pop chart hits, medieval motets to Renaissance madrigals, even encouraging young composers to write new scores. The King's Singers were founded in 1968 at King's College in Cambridge, England and are about to celebrate their 50th anniversary. They continually wow audiences across the globe in over 125 concerts a year.  The group has won two Grammy awards and have entered the Gramophone Hall of Fame for their vocal artistry and excellence.  “Their vocal production was effortless, stylistically varied and beautifully blended.” - Patrick Rucker, The Washington Post Detailed information about each member of The King's Singers can be found on their website .  
Contact
performingarts@union.wisc.edu