Gay Singers - International A Cappella Festival 2014 (Matinee)

Celebrating 20 years of singing together!

The Gay Singers began as a collegiate team, with all members being graduates of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Their interest in a cappella singing continued after leaving the university, and soon became a uniting force for the alumni to sing for themselves as well as to perform for others.

Although a cappella singing has yet to become a mainstream performing format in Hong Kong, the Gay Singers have been able to make their voices heard, literally, in the mainstream media. They were featured in the Hong Kong Connection series, an RTHK documentary programme, performed on the charity gala show to raise funds for the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, and were presented with the Lifestyle Award by Metro Radio. The group even cut the first-ever a cappella version of the Chinese national anthem for NOW TV.

Opening the concert for Gay Singers is
Acappuccino, a quintet with a penchant for mid-energy ballads, soft pop-jazz and doo-wop music.

Get tickets to other Festival programmes, visit www.a-cappella.org.sg/events/festival today!

Sun Oct 19, 2014
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM SGT
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