The Apex Singers: Home for Christmas

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The Apex Singers

The Apex Singers: Home for Christmas at The Stoller Hall, Manchester 12 December 2021 Tickets from £10.00 — Book now

The Apex Singers are a Manchester-based eight-part acapella vocal ensemble who create innovative vocal music through their unique arrangements and sound world. Following their virtual Christmas broadcast from The Stoller Hall last year, The Apex Singers are delighted to be returning to perform in front of a live audience. The show will include festive favourites from their EP Snowed In, as well as a host of other seasonal arrangements and songs from their award winning album Hiraeth.

“Stunning – I love everything that they do!” – Simon Mayo

“It’s rather beautiful” – Jamie Crick

The Apex Singers: Home for Christmas at The Stoller Hall, Manchester 12 December 2021 Tickets from £10.00 Book now

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