The King’s Singers will perform Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the OSU Seretean Center Concert Hall in a concert presented by OSU Allied Arts.

The a capella group uses counter tenors and perfect intonation to create their unique sound.

Long interested in different styles and genres of music, The King’s Singers have fostered several collaborations that explore and challenge the conventional contexts of vocal music which have garnered awards and acclaim.

The group’s repertoire ranges from medieval music to masterpieces of the Renaissance, folk, pop, jazz and contemporary music.

The King’s Singers have performed in New York’s Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center and Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center. Their television highlights include “Evening at the Pops” with the Boston Pops, special guests on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s Christmas Concert on PBS, numerous appearances on The Tonight Show and NBC’s Today Show. They are also frequently heard on American Public Radio and National Public Radio.

There will be an “Inside Story” lecture at 7 p.m. in the Seretean Performing Arts Center Room 123 on the night of the concert which will provide more information about the performance. OSU music professor Mark Lawlor will give the presentation. The lecture will be free of charge and open to the public.

Concert tickets will be available Feb. 4 at the OSU Student Union Hub ticket booth at 744-7400. Prices are $15 and $18 for adults and $8 for OSU students and children 12 years of age and younger.

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