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

The King's Singers © Andy Staples 
Thomas Morley
Hard by a crystal fountain
Heinrich Isaac
Innsbruck ich muss dich lassen
Pierre Certon
La, la, la, je ne l’ose dire
Juan Vásquez
Gentil señora mía
Giovanni Gastoldi
Amor vittorioso
Richard Strauss
Sechs Volksliedbearbeitungen
Malcolm Williamson
The Musicians of Bremen
Veljo Tormis
Pärismaalase lauluke
Zoltan Kodaly
Norveg Leanyok
Veljo Tormis
Zoltan Kodaly
Esti Dal
Cole Porter
Night and Day
I’ve got you under my skin
Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart
My funny Valentine
Irving Berlin
Cheek to cheek
Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart
The lady is a tramp
Cole Porter
Every Time we say goodbye

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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