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Sense of Sound a cappella opens Glastonbury Festival

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    LIVERPOOL ECHO: A cappella choir Sense of Sound, who have just gained Brit pop luminary Damon Albarn as their first patron, will open the jazz world stage at
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      LIVERPOOL ECHO:

      A cappella choir Sense of Sound, who have just gained Brit pop
      luminary Damon Albarn as their first patron, will open the jazz world
      stage at this year’s Glastonbury Festival on June 29.

      It’s the latest in a growing series of honours which have seen the
      group singing with Pink Floyd heroes Dave Gilmore and Roger Waters at
      the Syd Barrett tribute, as well as working with Indian composer
      Surinder Sandhu.

      Closer to home, the ensemble will also be putting in an appearance at
      this year’s Creamfields Festival. All grist to the mill for the choir
      which can now count Brian Eno (who notably produces recordings for U2)
      as one of their fans.

      Artistic director Jennifer John is duly chuffed: “It all results from
      refusing to be boxed in to any one musical style, moving from
      mainstream rhythm and blues and dance through to classically
      influenced compositions.”

      Web site:-
      http://www.senseofsound.org/
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