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We are DELIGHTED to announce that the first concert of the London A Cappella Festival 2019 will be a thrilling new collaboration between internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Laura Mvula and Europe’s finest female a cappella quintet, Black Voices.
Laura and Black Voices will open the festival on Wednesday 23rd January 2019 at Kings Place.
Tickets will go on sale in mid-September 2018.
We're pleased to announce the dates of the next festival:
23 - 26 January 2019
Celebrating 10 years of London A Cappella!
We can't wait to welcome a star-studded line up of international headliners – as well as vocal supergroups, showcase performances, talks, workshops, free interactive pop-ups and kids events – showcasing the best a cappella talent from across the globe.
Further details will be announced shortly.
To see the official photos from the 2018 festival, click here.
Our thanks goes to our audience members, international headliners, workshop participants, foyer showcase performers, venue staff, LACFextra and workshop leaders, LACF Kids, partners, and many more.
We look forward to welcoming audiences next year for our 10th Anniversary!
At every London A Cappella Festival, a range of LACFextra events allow audiences and festival-goers to participate in and enjoy FREE performances and interactive events at Kings Place for the ultimate LACF experience.
This year the line up includes:
In our ever-popular showcase performance series, we welcome talented singers from the UK and beyond who will showcase their talents on our foyer stage at Kings Place.
- The Rolling Tones
- The Gold Vocal Collective
- The Single Singers (if you'd like to join the Single Singers, please email Emily May 't Hoen and Annemarie Homan at: email@example.com)
- Kor Vocal Ensemble (Sardinia)
- Vocal Dimension Chorus
WORKSHOP: Beating The Blank Page with Edward Randell of The Swingles
A workshop for songwriters or anyone who's thought about bringing original songs into their group’s repertoire. Creating a song from scratch can be an intimidating prospect, but every singer has the capacity to do it. Using games and exercises to kick-start creativity, Edward Randell of The Swingles shows you some ways to generate ideas and write music and lyrics in a matter of minutes.
Free events for the next generation of a cappella singers to enjoy, including:
Pembroke Academy of Music
Finchley Children's Music Group
Timings will be announced shortly.