One of the world’s most celebrated ensembles, the King’s Singers champion the work of both young and established composers. Whether singing Tomkins or Takemitsu, Bach or Bublé, they are instantly recognizable for their spot-on intonation, impeccable vocal blend, flawless articulation of text, and incisive timing. With a discography of more than 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.
The evening’s program of The Great American Songbook will spotlight the treasured songs of Gershwin, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Etta James, and more.
The public is invited to observe as members of the King’s Singers leads a master class for University of Richmond’s Schola Cantorum. Jeffrey Rhiel, associate professor of music at University of Richmond, hosts the 60-minute session.
Free and open to the public
4:15 pm Friday, February 7, 2014
Camp Concert Hall, Modlin Center for the Arts (campus map)
|Senior (62+):||$32||UR Employee:||$31|
|Child (0-12):||$18||Group (20+):||$32|