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The Swingle Singers


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London, United Kingdom (1962 – present)

The Swingle Singers, currently based in London, are an international a cappella phenomenon whose history dates back to 1962. For over four decades, the unmistakable sound of “Swingle singing” has defined the art form: virtuosic vocal agility and blend demonstrated by their signature close-microphone technique, combined with high-level entertainment that has thrilled audiences around the globe. The latest lineup of young and talented voices represents the group’s transformation from pioneering classical/jazz crossover artists to contemporary vocal super-group. Their repertoire encompasses , , , and , all accompanied by their own vocal rhythm section. The Swingle Singers have performed all across the UK, America, Asia, and virtually every country in Europe, have released over 50 recordings, and have won five Grammy Awards.

As of 2010, The Swingle Singers are comprised of:
- Joanna Goldsmith-Eteson (soprano, UK)
- Sara Brimer (soprano, US)
- Clare Wheeler (alto, UK)
- Lucy Bailey (alto, UK)
- Richard Eteson* (tenor, UK)
- Christopher Jay (tenor, UK)
- Kevin Fox (baritone, Canada)
- Tobias Hug (bass, Germany)

* Richard Eteson recently announced his departure from the group.

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