Monday, November 26, 2007

The Idea of North Coming To KL~~

WHy would they choose to come to KL when I am not around~!
*curses repeatedly*

Wonder when will be the next time they will be coming to KL again. The vocal harmonization is just perfect!

Do check out some of their performances in youtube here, here and here.

Title : 'The Idea of North' Live in KL & Penang
Venue : Various Venues
Date & Time : KL: Wed 28 - Thu 29 Nov 2007 (9.30pm)
Penang: Sun 2 Dec 2007
Tickets : KL: RM25 (includes 1 drink)
Penang: RM50per day (part of Penang Island Jazz Festival 2007)
Phone :03-4260 2288
Email :
Synopsis : Consisting of four very talented and experienced musicians, The Idea of North has developed itself as one of the most original and entertaining acapella groups in the world.

Described by James Morrison as ‘the best a cappella group in the country’, the ensemble combines contemporary classics with original material and their repertoire is an eclectic mix of standard cabaret through to jazz, big band and pop into acapella classics – arrangements of Sting, the Bee Gees and James Taylor side by side with traditional gospel and blues.

They are performing here in conjunction with My.Oz, the Australian High Commission’s year-long cultural program to commemorate 50 years of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and Australia.

The Idea of North will perform in both:

Kuala Lumpur:
Dates: Wed 28 - Thu 29 Nov 2007 (9pm)
Venue: Alexis Ampang, Lot 10 & 11, Great Eastern Mall, 303, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
Admission: RM25 (inclusive of 1 drink)
Table bookings for diners only.
Contact: (T) 03-4260 2288 ; (E)

Date: Sun 2 Dec 2007
Venue: Penang Island Jazz Festival, Bayview Beach Resort Garden, Batu Ferringhi, Penang
Admission: RM50 per day (for main stage performances on 1 & 2 December)
Limited 2-day tickets available at RM80 per ticket.
Contact: (T) 07880 7999; (E)

RECOMMENDED! Last I heard, tickets for this were going fast. If you liked a capella favourites like "The Song Company" (another astonishing Aussie a capella export) and "The Wicked Pitches", you'll like this one.

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