Published: 05:34, 02 December 2019
The choir who sang for Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding day are among the top names performing at a series of Christmas concerts.
The Kingdom Choir, who performed at the royal wedding in 2018, will perform as part of the concerts this month by the Rye international jazz and blues festival.
They will join jazz singer and saxophonist Curtis Stigers and award-winning singer Barbara Dickson on the line-up at St Mary’s Church in Rye, East Sussex on Thursday, December 12 to Saturday, December 14.
Fresh from shows at Ronnie Scott's jazz club with his band, Curtis Stigers plays on the first night. Throughout his career he has been celebrated for a wide variety of accomplishments from his early pop chart success with I Wonder Why and You’re All That Matters To Me to amassing awards including being named BBC Radio 2's Jazz Artist of the Year.
The Kingdom Choir perform on Friday, December 13. You can expect to hear and experience the choir’s harmonies, soulful gospel repertoire and a number of Christmas classics.
After a sell-out tour, which included a date at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, they have performed with Barbra Streisand, played the mainstage at Latitude and will come to Rye after a tour in America.
Award - winning Scottish singer Barbara Dickson and pianist Nick Holland play on Saturday, December 14, playing a range of material drawing on Barbara’s folk roots, contemporary greats, and her classic hits, including the million-selling No.1 single, I Know Him So Well.
Book tickets at ryejazz.com