Dedicated to the many forms of a cappella, London A Cappella is a unique international hub of vocal activity. Presenting world-class flagship projects, London A Cappella prides itself on drawing the world’s finest a cappella performers to the capital and providing performance and learning platforms for singers of all ages and abilities.
The festival has enjoyed unprecedented success since its inception in 2009, running annually with sell-out performances, talks, showcases and workshops. With over 4500 visitors each year, the festival is now a staple in the a cappella calendar and has grown to become one of the country’s most-loved and eagerly awaited celebrations of vocal talent. Thanks goes to our resident festival photographers Haydn Wheeler & Sheila Wiggins.
The London A Cappella Festival has featured the cream of UK and international vocal music including The Swingles, The King's Singers, Naturally 7, Home Free, The Real Group, The Sons of Pitches, Estonian Voices, Rajaton, Tenebrae Consort, Shlomo & the Vocal Orchestra, Musae, The House Jacks, ANUNA, Straight No Chaser, The Beatbox Collective, The Tallis Scholars, The Exchange, Cadence, Opus Jam, The Magnets, Postyr Project, Fork, Club For Five, The Boxettes, SLIXS, MICappella, Accent, Voces8, Solala, Akervinda, OneVoice, Choir of Clare College Cambridge, Retrocity, Countermeasure, The Songmen, Backstep, Witloof Bay, Stile Antico, Time Ensemble, Vasari Singers, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, London Bulgarian Choir, Cottontown Chorus, London Vocal Project, Out of the Blue and London Adventist Chorale.
For more than half a century The Swingles have pushed the boundaries of vocal music. The seven young singers that make up today’s London-based group are driven by the same innovative spirit that has defined the five-time Grammy® winners since they first made waves in the 1960s.
With over 20 years' experience in music management Ikon Arts Management develops world-wide concerts and tours, special projects and events for some of the world’s leading a cappella vocal groups, classical musicians and diverse contemporary ensembles.