The King's Singers

David Hurley - countertenor
Timothy Wayne-Wright - countertenor
Julian Gregory - tenor
Christopher Bruerton - baritone
Christopher Gabbitas - baritone
Jonathan Howard - bass

Management territoty: Poland
Manager: Kacper Salzman
tel: +48 22 646 46 28
mob: +48 501 142 085

One of the world's most celebrated ensembles, The King's Singers have a packed schedule of concerts, recordings, media and education work that spans the globe. They champion the work of both young and established composers and, whether singing Tomkins or Takemitsu, Bach or Bublé, are instantly recognisable for their spot-on intonation, impeccable vocal blend, flawless articulation of the text and incisive timing. They are also consummate entertainers: a class act with a delightfully British wit.

With a discography of over 150 recordings, The King's Singers have garnered both awards and significant critical acclaim, including a Grammy in 2009 for their studio album Simple Gifts on Signum. Always deeply committed to new choral music, they have commissioned over 200 works from prominent contemporary composers, including Richard Rodney Bennett, Berio, Maxwell Davies, Ligeti, Lukaszewski, Penderecki, Rutter, Takemitsu and Tavener. Their latest album, High Flight, includes works commissioned by The King's Singers from Eric Whitacre and Bob Chilcott. It was recorded in the USA with the renowned Concordia College Choir and released in Autumn 2011 on Signum. Other recent Signum releases include Swimming Over London, which combines some of the group's favourite numbers with new songs and arrangements; a world premiere recording of Pachelbel's Music for Vespers with Charivari Agréable; and a DVD of Christmas repertoire released for December 2011.

In addition to their sell-out concerts worldwide, The King's Singers share their artistry through numerous workshops and masterclasses, and by publishing prodigious quantities of sheet music: at present, they have over two million items in circulation through their publisher, Hal Leonard. Their arrangements are sung the world over by school and college choirs, and by ensembles both amateur and professional.