Escala rose to fame after performing Palladio I: Allegretto and Live And Let Die in the TV series Britain’s got Talent during May 2008, where they made it through to the final. Prior to this, the group were known as Scala, but were forced to change their name by EMI, as the name Scala was already taken.
The group is often compared with other classical contemporary groups such as Bond and Wild, the latter of which contained two of the group’s members (Izzy Johnston and Chantal Leverton) until the group split up in 2005.
On the 8th June 2008, Escala signed a £1.5m contract with Sony BMG.
Official site: www.escalamusic.com.
Edited by jgxenite on 26 Jul 2009, 07:04
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