The Swingles and The King’s Singers celebrate their musical legacies – the unmistakable group sounds that have each endured through more than five decades of creative change – and look ahead to the next chapter.
“The King’s Singers were slick and suave as ever … it was a showcase for what they do best, with a spot-on programme that was serious, silly, old and new.”
— The Times
“Without question The Swingles are one of the best close harmony groups in the world… fantastic singers.”
— Gareth Malone OBE