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The Magnets never attempt to mimic instruments. They simply blend six voices to produce a sound to rival any band with guitars and keyboards. The boys have electrified Glastonbury and toured Australia. They can sing in French, German and Spanish, and perform the whole set in Japanese.

Made up of 20 Academy of Contemporary Music students, ACM feel more like a rock group than a traditional gospel choir. They’ve collaborated with Guy Chambers, performed at Wembley at the FA Cup Final and sung for The Queen – and provided stings for awards ceremonies.

Katherine Jenkins’ one-time support act, All Angels create harmonies based on classical, opera and pop tunes. Success has brought them accolades from the likes of Paul McCartney, appearances at the Classical Brits, platinum discs and, for Charlotte, a sitcom role next to Jack Whitehall in Fresh Meat.

Blake are three classically trained singers bringing a fresh sound to opera and pop tunes. They have serenaded Dame Shirley Bassey and recorded the soundtrack to the Da Vinci Code.

CK is a spine-tingling 4-16 piece feel-good collective who belt out stings, sing pitches or make the party swing – either acapella or with their band. They’ve backed Russell Watson, Stevie Wonder, The Feeling and Annie Lennox. CK’s repertoire includes Happy, Signed Sealed Delivered and All You Need is Love.

The celebrated choir combine rich harmonies with dynamic arrangements, mixing up-tempo gospel with swing and R&B.

After success with the Military Wives and Sing While You Work, Gareth’s put together an all-star charity choir and taken the format to the US.

An American a cappella music group, Naturally 7 sing primarily R&B with extensive beat-boxing and have had Top 20 hits across the Continent. They accompanied Michael Bublé on his Call Me Irresponsible tour.

Since their chart success with Band Of Brothers the 8-piece Welsh choir has toured the land, performed Caliban’s Dream as the cauldron was lit at London’s Olympics – and been described by Elle McPherson as ‘sexy, charming and amazingly talented.’ Their show extends all the way from Sir Duke to Uptown Funk.

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