Monday | 26. June | 19:30
Kongresshaus | Konzertsaal Richard Strauss



Patrick Dunachie, Timothy Wayne-Wright | Countertenor
Julian Gregory | Tenor
Christopher Bruerton, Christopher Gabbitas | BaritonE
Jonathan Howard | Bass

Werke von Thomas Morley, Heinrich Isaac,
Pierre Certon, Juan Vasquez, Giovanni Gastoldi,  
Richard Strauss, Malcolm Williamson,  
Veljo Tormis, Zoltán Kodály, Cole Porter,  
Rodgers & Hart und Irving Berlin

The King's Singers © Andy Staples 

The finest British humour, enormous charm and fantastic close harmony vocals are the trademark of the King’s Singers. They are famous for their characteristic sound, formed by the two countertenors Patrick Dunachie and Timothy Wayne Wright, a tenor Julian Gregory, two baritones, Christopher Bruerton and Christopher Gabbitas and a bass, Jonathan Howard. The King’s Singers repertoire is incredibly wide-ranging, including works of the Renaissance, the Romantics, contemporary music and sacred music as well as arrangements for folk and pop music. And they sing in a variety of languages, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Latin and of course English. They have made over 2000 arrangements to suit their typical sound over the course of their career.

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