From a capella versions of opera and Irish music, to jazz and contemporary rock songs, The Key Notes are one of the world’s top close harmony groups.
From Puccini to Massive Attack, WB Yeats to Johnny Cash, they are equal opportunity harmonisers who have performed intimate concerts in Ireland’s top venues as well as entertained 50,000 live on centre pitch.
Consisting of five male voices, all members have considerable international performance experience in a diverse number of musical fields.Traditional Irish music fuses with jazz and opera to give an all-encompassing musical experience. Although all soloists, teach has been part of top quality choral groups, such as the National Chamber Choir of Ireland and Anúna.
At home in Ireland, The Key Notes have appeared numerously on Irish Television and Radio, written, arranged and performed for advertisement jingles and movie soundtracks, and were delighted (and shocked) to even manage to grace the front cover of a monthly magazine! As Solo artists, they are all very accomplished singers, as you will see from the short biographies below, and have performed on the great stages of the world from The Royal Albert Hall, to The Great Hall of The People, in Beijing. They have performed for, and alongside some of the worlds great artists with fans ranging from the great Placido Domingo to Dublin’s own Ross O Carroll Kelly.
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