Synergy Vocals

Synergy Vocals is neither a fixed choir nor an ad hoc group; rather, it consists of a pool of singers whose sound and talents can be tailored to performances of specific works. In addition to frequent appearances with major ensembles, the group has appeared on several film soundtracks. Synergy Vocals was formed in 1996 by Micaela Haslam, then a member of the Swingle Singers. The ensemble's first performance, as an all-female quartet, was of Steve Reich's Tehillim in London in 1996. Haslam remains the ensemble's director, having trained a collection of singers, female and male, in the art of close harmony singing using a microphone. In its own words, the group provides "bespoke teams of vocalists for concerts, recordings and soundtracks," with groups "whose combined sound matches the one that a composer, conductor or band has in mind for ... Read Full Biography

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