Few vocal ensembles can boast existence—much less relevance—more than 50 years after their founding. The King’s Singers can boast both.
Founded in 1964, the group is committed to keeping choral tradition alive and is recognized as one of the world’s premier vocal ensembles. Through popular tunes and traditional voicing, The King’s Singers balance 21st-century relevance with traditional artistry.
Studio A host Nancy Deneen sat down with the ensemble to discuss the group’s “maverick spirit” and how a choral ensemble can survive and thrive in today’s competitive music business.