— The Washington Post
...Seamless blend and pitch-perfect, liquid tone that could rival the sound of any of the starriest early-music ensembles in the business
Masters of vocal harmony and double-GRAMMY Award-winning choral group The King’s Singers return to Wellington after their hit show at the 2018 New Zealand Festival. For over fifty years this irresistibly charismatic ensemble have represented the gold standard in a cappella singing.
For the 2024 Festival, they will be presenting a collection of songs inspired by our favourite feathered friends - spanning the last 500 years - with songs from the likes of Franz Schubert, Clément Janequin and Pierre Passereau to modern-day ‘songbirds’ such as Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles and Queen. This programme juxtaposes ancient and modern in a way that makes both soar to new heights.
Beloved by the world over, from London’s Royal Albert Hall to New York’s Carnegie Hall, this concert is not to be missed.
Tohunga waiata, korokoro tūī, kaiwhiwhi ki ngā tohu nui o te ao waiata-ā-tira, waiata tahanga, koia tēnā ko The King’s Singers, e hoki mai nei ki Pōneke. Neke atu i te 50 tau tēnei rōpū e whakatinana ana i te kounga, i te kairangi o ngā mahi waiata tahanga. Mō te Taurima 2024, ka waiatatia e rātou ētehi waiata maha, ā tēnā kaiwaiata, ā tēnā kaiwaiata. He rōpū e arohanuitia ana e te ao, nō London’s Royal Albert Hall to New York’s Carnegie Hall, he whakaaturanga me kaua e mahue.