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Kerry Ellis joins FourTune Through the Eras

Kerry Ellis
Kerry Ellis

West End in Westminster: music from the stage and much more in a vocal celebration at St John’s Smith Square

On the 15th June, vocal group FourTune will be joined by special guest Kerry Ellis for FourTune Through the Eras, taking the audience from Sinatra to the Sound of Music with many special arrangements for vocal quartet

• FourTune Through the Eras will present vocal music spanning almost 100 years
• Kerry Ellis, the superstar Elphaba of the original London cast of Wicked, will join the group on stage
• FourTune is formed of singers from top London music colleges Trinity Laban and Guildhall
• Formed out of a shared love of singing close harmony – with performances on Channel 4 and the Edinburgh Fringe
• The group’s multi-talented members write many of their own arrangements
• They have supported Russell Watson, Kerry Ellis and Rhydian on tour. They joined Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins on Classic FM’s No. 1 charity single ‘Steadfast’

FourTune Through the Eras
Music by Gershwin, Lloyd Webber, Carole King, Coldplay and many more
15th June, 7:30pm
St John’s Smith Square, SW1P 3HA


About concert promoter Noel Music Management:
NMM works with professional soloists in the developing stages of their careers, and with renowned orchestral musicians. Since its inception in 2013, its roster has grown to include 13 soloists, 2 chamber groups and a 140-strong orchestra including players from major orchestras including the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. NMM presents an eclectic range of events throughout the year – from orchestral concerts to recitals throughout the UK

Tuesday 19th May 2015


  • Neil Cheesman

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