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The King's Singers

Emmi MacIntyre
7:30 p.m., Tuesday February 12 | $15-$40.

 England’s highly acclaimed male vocal ensemble The King’s Singers will appear in concert in one performance only in Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral. The concert is presented as part of the Cathedral’s “Great Music in a Great Space” concerts.  

The King’s Singers will perform across the globe in some of the world’s most famous concert halls, including the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall and the Berlin Philharmonie. Their concert schedule will take them to Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, the US and Canada, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland and Finland.

The King’s Singers have garnered both awards and significant critical acclaim, including a Grammy® in 2009 for their studio album Simple Gifts on Signum.

 



Where: Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral
Phone: 513-421-5354
Address: 325 W. Eighth St.
Website: www.stpeterinchainscathedral.org

Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral

325 W. Eighth St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati. It is a Greek revival structure.
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