Kings Singers::Julian Gregory joins The Kings Singers

It is with enormous pride that we can announce that Julian Gregory (tenor) will be joining us in September this year following the withdrawal of Benedict Hymas from the position for personal reasons. amp;nbsp; amp;ldquo;We were blessed with a world-class field of singers for this position and are thrilled that Julian has agreed to become a member of The Kingamp;rsquo;s Singers, his voice having

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Kings Singers::World Choir Games Riga

Today, we have the first of our three performances in Riga, Latvia, as part of the World Choir Games. Tonight we have a solo performance in Arena Riga which sees us performing repertoire ranging from Renaissance madrigals through to songs by the Beatles and tracks from the Great American Songbook. amp;nbsp; On Wednesday, we join our friends Latvian Voices and Xylem Trio for a performance at the

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Vocal Blog::Local Blog 1 Made in Denmark

by Christian Ronsfeld (Aarhus, Denmark) Many people associate Denmark with smørrebrød, LEGO or H.C. Andersen. In the last 20 years Denmark also developed its own a cappella brand. “Made in Denmark” is a sign for extraordinary musical quality, innovation und sincere expression. Names like Jens Johansen, Vocal Line, Ørehænger and Postyr became inspiring figures of

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VF-UK::Meet Amy

Amy1. How did you get involved with VFUK?

I had been heavily involved with my a cappella group Absolute Harmony at university as treasurer and musical director over my four years at

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The Magnets::Thank You Edinburgh

(written from Cathay Pacific departures in LHR…) Ahh, Edinburgh Fringe you never disappoint…. 10 years after The Magnets first appeared on the Fringe the boys were back in town for one week only. In a rock-and-roll brief appearance The Magnets crowned 10 years at the fringe by playing the ma-hoo-sive McEwan Hall (capacity 939!) for

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VF-UK::Meet Jess


1. How did you become part of the Voice Festival?

I attended the Festival Weekend in 2014 after finding out about VF-UK through one of my daily scavenger hunts on YouTube for

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VF-UK::VF-UK at Ed Fringe Semi-Toned

P1040823We’re delighted to announce that VF-UK University Finalists Semi-Toned will be joining us this Friday for our Edinburgh Fringe Showcase. With two days to go, they tell us a little bit about themselves and give us a

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VF-UK::VF-UK at Ed Fringe Rachael’s Voices

8 days to go! 

We hope you’re looking forward to our Fringe Festival workshop and showcase as much as we are. Recently we managed to have a chat with the lovely Rachael, the driving force behind Rachael’s Voices, who we’re delighted to have performing at Greyfriar’s Kirk alongside a whole host of other university groups, as well as those from our youth and

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VF-UK::Voice Festival - Whats in store 2014-15

Voice Festival - What's in store 2014-15 New team, new plans, new events, new competitions.... welcome to the Voice Festival programme 2014-15! Find out more by visiting our website From: VoiceFestival Views: 231

VF-UK::What’s in store 2014-15

We have a handful of superb new team members, a shiny new competition, a new location for the Festival Weekend, and a whole load of aca-events to get stuck into for 2014-15. Time to get excited!

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VF-UK::Meet Simply Soweto Encha

Simply Soweta EnchaWe’re thrilled that five-piece African a cappella group Simply Soweto Encha will be joining us for our Edinburgh Fringe workshop and showcase next week.

The ‘sound sensation that uplifts and

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Vocal Blog::FORK “ElectroVocal Circus” fan review

by Rebecca, a true FORK fan First up, I am not an a cappella fan, but I am totally FORKed. This is probably because they just don’t sound typically a cappella. I first fell in love with the 4 fabulous Finns and their fantastic French sound wizard last September watching their “Pink Noise“ show on

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