London Contemporary Voices choir returns to Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall following a sell-out show in November. Special guest collaborators include Elena Tonra (lead singer of Daughter), Faroese artist Eivør, singer-songwriter Rachel Sermanni, composer Paul Frith and Indian singer Deepa Nair Rasiya, plus new vocal quartet Archie. The pioneering choir will put its unique spin on a variety of music. Contemporary classical pieces will feature alongside choral versions of popular songs by artists such as James Blake, Aurora and Florence + The Machine. The choir will share its own original music, as well as new collaborations. The music will explore broad themes of order, disorder and chaos, interpreted emotionally, politically and mathematically. LCV is known for boundary-breaking concerts. Previous collaborators include 18 Grammy winners/nominees, including Alt-J, Sam Smith, U2 and Imogen Heap. This evening 1 to 170 singers will demonstrate the power and versatility of the human voice.
Official Link: https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/132976-london-contemporary-voices-special-guests-2019?fbclid=IwAR2H-_QfMF1L8jOiWS3w3bIqPFqUSXWWCneD7_KOI9PlhNndr2K8OExainA