The King’s Singers, one of the most respected vocal ensembles, and two-time Grammy award winners are returning to Prague after three years, at the invitation of the Prague Philharmonic Children’s Choir.
The gala evening will take place on 25.2.2017 in the Dvorak Hall in the Rudolfinum at the occasion of the 85th Anniversary of the Prague Philharmonic Children’s choir. Male vocal sextet The King’s Singers from Great Britain is famous for its absolutely precise intonation and sound. They are also known as great entertainers with typical British humor.
In 2013, they were selected among the only two vocal ensembles in the world that have joined the Gramophone Hall of Fame. On February 25th this gala concert will launch the 85th season of the Prague Philharmonic Children’s Choir, which is the oldest and largest children’s choir in the Czech Republic.
To celebrate together with the choir comes Patrick Dunachie, Timothy Wayne-Wright, Julian Gregory, Christopher Bruerton, Christopher Gabbitas and Jonathan Howard. They will perform a mix of vocal pieces of classical music from the Renaissance to the present day.
“We are delighted that such a great ensemble accepted our invitation! We believe that this will be a celebration of truly excellent vocal art that you can enjoy listeners across generations,” says the executive director of the Prague Philharmonic Children’s Choir, Michaela A. Dobrovolná.
Tickets are on sale at Ticketportal, before the gala concert also at the box offices of the Rudolfinum.
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