An impromptu performance by a vocal quintet, en route from Edinburgh to Seoul, at the KCC this Friday:
UANGEL VOICE CHOIR
From Edinburgh Fringe Festival
“Mighty sounds from the smallest of sources… they sing beautifully, creating superbly rich harmonies”
At the Korean Cultural Centre
7 pm, Friday 20th August
You raise me up
Perhaps Love – from the Movie “Perhaps Love”
L’ascia chio pianga Opera “Rinaldo” – G. Handel
Joyful ABBA – ABBA
You are my fate – from the Korean popular singer HAHA
La donna e mobile Opera “Rigoletto” – G. Verdi
Una furtiva lagrima Opera “L’elisir D’amore” – G. Donizetti
Por una cabeza – Carlos Gardel
Le temps des cathedrales – Richard cocciante
La fleur que tu m’avais jetee Opera “Carmen” – G. Bizet
Nessun dorma Opera “Turandot” – G. Puccini
Don’t miss out on the unique chance to experience this most talented singing group from Korea. This brilliant male quintet entertains people through music. With powerful but sweet voices, Uangel Voice Choir performs a selection of classical, contemporary, gospel, and traditional Korean music. With a programme based on their recent world tour, they promise an enchanted hour with vibrant sound and fun. The team have been appointed as goodwill ambassadors for the charity World Neighbours, following concerts in hospitals and military bases.
About Uangel Voice Choir
Established in 2007, Uangel Voice Choir has been widely recognized for its top quality performances in singing entertainment. They are fully affiliated music institute with Uangel Corp the leading Korean communication company. Uangel Voice has been Edinburgh and Glasgow in 2009 as a supporting team of one Korean youth orchestra in NAYO Festival and got a great response from audience. This year Uangel Voice make its debut for Fringe Festival at St Andrew’s & St George’s West from 11 Aug to 16 Aug. Uangel Voice will also make their second visit Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh following last year to give patients in beds a comfort and joyful entertainment. www.uangelvoice.com
please email email@example.com or call 020 7004 2606 to reserve your place. Admission is free.
(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.