Programme to include:
J.S. Bach D Minor Fugue from The Art Of Fugue
Debussy Clair De Lune
Turkish Traditional Gemiler Giresune
Florence & the Machine / Saint-Saëns Shake It Out/Danse Macabre
Mumford & Sons After The Storm
Lennon/McCartney Blackbird/I Will
For five decades the unmistakable sound of ‘Swingle singing’ – virtuosic vocal agility and trademark blend combined with high-level entertainment – has thrilled audiences around the globe. Pushing the boundaries of what is possible with the human voice, their dazzling vocal percussion effects have to be heard to be believed.
Now, as the group celebrates their 50th Anniversary in 2013, the current line-up of young and talented voices represents the group’s transformation from pioneering classical/ jazz crossover artists to contemporary vocal super-group with a celebratory programme to match.
The programme includes ’60s Swingles classics such as ‘Fugue in D minor’ from their groundbreaking album Jazz Sebastian Bach and Debussy’s ‘Clair De Lune’, alongside newer, equally stunning arrangements of music by the likes of The Beatles and – right up to date – Mumford and Sons.
World-class British Jazz pianist John Taylor will join The Swingle Singers in this performance as part of their 50th Anniversary celebrations.
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