THE KING’S COUNTERPOINT

Choral Music to Stir the Soul

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ABOUT THE KING'S COUNTERPOINT

The King’s Counterpoint is a unique professional vocal ensemble that specializes in the performance of sacred and secular music from the Middle Ages through the modern era, combining polyphony, literature, art and dialogue to create exceptional music presented within an historical context. Based in Charleston, South Carolina, KCP has as its primary mission the exploration of the variety and beauty found in a cappella vocal music: from chant to 20th-century, medieval carols to the avant-garde, The King's Counterpoint is committed to the creation of delightful programs designed to entertain, educate, and above all to stir the soul.

We invite you to learn more about our gifted Vocalists, Directors, and our "sister" ensembles

via the links below - and thank you for your interest in The King's Counterpoint!

 
 

Upcoming Events

  • Sun, May 30
    The Cathedral of St Luke & St Paul
    Join KCP and CSO Principal Trumpet Antonio Marti on Memorial Day Weekend as we present a beautiful and moving concert featuring Songs of Remembrance, honoring those we hold so dear to our hearts who are no longer with us.
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  • Sun, Aug 01
    Canterbury Cathedral
    KCP is excited to return to England in the summer of 2021 and represent the Holy City of Charleston, SC! Click the "More Info" button below to find out more - and to support the vocalists of King's Counterpoint!
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  • Sat, Mar 12
    Location is TBD
    Handel's landmark work of 1732 was an incredible musical event, one which launched the genre of the Oratorio. And KCP couldn't be more excited to bring back our dear friends - members of the NC Baroque Orchestra, countertenor Charles Humphries, and tenor Paul Thompson - for this wonderful event!
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  • Sun, Mar 13
    Location is TBD
    Handel's landmark work of 1732 was an incredible musical event, one which launched the genre of the Oratorio. And KCP couldn't be more excited to bring back our dear friends - members of the NC Baroque Orchestra, countertenor Charles Humphries, and tenor Paul Thompson - for this wonderful event!
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BE STILL,

MY SOUL

Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)

Live concert recording - November 2020 Online Fundraising Event

 

CONTACT KCP

The Parsonage, 123 Neyle St, Walterboro, SC 29488, United States

(216) 217-7721

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